Do you have a passion for sharing your faith or know someone who does? Are you exploring vocations, but are not sure where you fit, or know somebody like this? Then how about considering Church Army?
We’re hosting our next Online Discovery Evening on Wednesday 6th July at 7:00pm–9:30pm for anyone interested in finding out about Church Army – what we do, supporting us, joining the Mission Community, working for us or training as an Evangelist with us.
To book a place click the link below or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the Community & Vocations Team.
This link will show all forthcoming Discovery events for 2022 so if this date is not convenient then please do book another one for later in the year.
More about Discovery Events
Discovery Events are for individuals or groups who are wanting to find out more about Church Army. We briefly give some of our history, and share our vision and values for today. At the event you will hear from Church Army Mission Community members and Commissioned Evangelists working in one of our Centres of Mission. We have over 30 Centres of Mission with paid Evangelists and volunteers working in partnership with a local diocese across the UK and Ireland.
We will outline what it means to be part of the Mission Community and also give an initial introduction to what it means to train as a Church Army commissioned evangelist. We hope that the process will enable you to see where God is calling you either as a supporter, to join the Community, or perhaps train with us. Church Army commissioned evangelists come from all walks of life and church traditions and are Admitted into the Office of Evangelist to work in a variety of roles across the Church.
About Church Army
Church Army was founded in 1882 by a Church of England clergyman to train ordinary men and women to share their faith. Today we are a mission community of evangelists authorised by the Anglican Church, people with a passion for evangelism who are transforming lives and neighbourhoods throughout the British Isles and Ireland.