Directions

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Directions is an exciting course for people wishing to discover and grow in their Christian service ministry and understand what God is calling them to do.

Directions is the course for you, if you want to find out what God’s calling you to do in your life and equip you for God's service. It is not a Christian basics course. Over 15 sessions, Directions offers teaching, group discussions, personal reflection and focused exploration. Direction is not just about ordination!

 Directions is for those who are exploring their
  • Christianity in their place of work or leisure and within their families
  • service in their local community through a church ministry or as a volunteer with community groups
  • role in church - pastoral visitor, worship leader, children’s ministry, church warden and more
  • calling to the ordained ministry
  • calling to licensed lay ministry such as Reader or Church Army.
Directions applies biblical and Christian teaching to how we live and serve in the world. If you'd like to be part of our Directions course you will need experience of Christian life and a little familiarity with the Bible. Sessions include worship, a lively presentation and small group discussions to help you get to grips with the content.

Directions makes a difference as 120 people who have completed the last five courses will testify, leading them to a whole range of ministries. 

Click here to read Mike's story.

Click here to read Chris' story. 

Click here to read Tracy's story. 

Click here to read Victoria's story.

Click here to read an interview with Directions Co-ordinator Debbie Ellison.

The next course is in January 2020 and we will announce dates in October.

Vocations

Book your place

To secure your place contact Debbie Ellison on 0151 705 2145 or email debbie.ellison@liverpool.anglican.org

There will be a charge of £20 per person.

Applications will need to be supported by your incumbent.

Debbie Ellison, Vocations Officer said "We are in the sixth year of running the course and each year it surpasses our expectations how God brings people together from across the area and helps them to discover together the next steps of their vocational story. The course is not a Christian basics or a nurture course or just for people exploring ordination, it focuses on helping those who are Christians reflect on who God is calling them to be and where He wants them to be. Each year people discover something new about themselves and their relationship with God. Some are helped to continue in their current places of life and ministry with new confidence and conviction for mission. Others find something entirely new including things they hadn't dared to dream."