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Ministry Ordination Program
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This Program is sufficient to award Ordination as a Christian Minister upon completion. The Ministry Ordination Program is for Christian men and women who have a sincere Calling to the serve our Lord Jesus Christ. Biblical Study is completed online. Workshops and Co-Op Programs are completed at several GTA locations always on a Saturday.
The online courses are quite engaging, a comprehensive guide for Spiritual growth and a complete blessing to those who may struggle with understanding the Scriptures. Testing is done online and onsite. Upon completion the Ordination candidate will have experienced significant spiritual knowledge and growth being able to rightfully lead others to the Cross.
This is not a quick and easy program. Much study is required! Make sure you have the discipline and desire to learn and study God’s Word.
Students will engage in up to to 12 months of study and assignments. This can be done online from the convenience of home, onsite in a classroom setting or by correspondence mail. Students will complete lessons at their own pace to accommodate drip content. What is drip content? It is when a start and end date is assigned to your course content.
Each course opens on a particular date and closes on a predefined date. It will be the responsibility of the Student to manage their study schedule accordingly and have all assessments completed by the closing date to move onto the next course.
At the end of each module students will meet with Sr. Clergy by video conference or in person for discussion, question and answer related to the module’s content.
You will be studying to become a Christian Minister. All Ordination Candidates must know how to administer the Sacraments and must not be unsure, clumsy or incompetent about how to do so.
Attendance at the Baptism & Infant Dedication Workshop and the Holy Communion Workshop – The Lords Supper is a requirement for all Ministry Students. These onsite Workshops are held at a GTA venue and are designed to give the Student practical hands-on experience in performing the duties required of a Christian Leader.
They consist of actors, role playing and edifying instruction which ensure understanding and competence prior to assessment. Workshops are a fun environment where we learn together with lots of learning and laughter. Great lunches are provided for you too!
Some know exactly which type of ministry they are called to pursue but some just aren’t sure. Each Student will have the option to choose an area of ministry they are interested in and complete 25 hours of shadowing and assisting Sr. Clergy to understand the requirements and demands of their chosen ministry of interest.
Several choices will be provided to the Student in the second half of the Program schedule.
Regardless of which type of ministry the Student chooses to pursue, each Student will finally need to deliver a 20 minute sermon to a full congregation . This will be done at one of our GTA locations at a scheduled time. They will deliver a sermon and be assessed by our Sr. Clergy. This is the last assessment a Student must complete successfully in order to become a candidate for Ordination.
This is an exciting time for all Students. The Ordination Ceremony is a public event for those who successfully complete this Program and when you do there is no extra charge to become Ordained.
We look forward to inducting new workers into the Lords service. Invite friends and family to attend, to witness as you take your vows before God to become a Christian Leader. Sorry but we do not ordain Ministers by mail.
All Ordination Candidates must attend their Ordination ceremony on the date assigned if not they must remain as a member to be included in the next Ordination ceremony.