The website for Readers in

the Diocese of Lincoln

Contacts: Warden of Readers: Dr Sally Buck 01522 50 40 89 07736 292 668 Diocesan Office: Marie Isaac 01522 50 40 22 Admin Chairman of The John Marshall 01205 723097 Governing Body: Secretary General: Shirley Keyes 01673 857151
Lincoln  Readers
What does a Reader Minister do? Readers are lay people in the Church of England, from all walks of life, who are called by God, theologically trained and licensed by the Church to preach, teach, lead worship and assist in pastoral, evangelistic and liturgical work. The office of Reader is the only lay ministry in the Church of England which is voluntary, nationally accredited, Episcopally licensed and governed by canon. There are now nearly 10,000 Readers, with men and women represented almost equally. How do you become a Reader?

Annual Service

10.30am Saturday 12th October 2019

Lincoln Cathedral.

(For those who wish to robe - please arrive at 10am) The Association of Lincoln Readers 78th Annual General Meeting will follow. A revised Constitution document will be presented for approval at this important meeting. Further information will be circulated shortly.
Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.

If you spot any broken links or website errors - please report to site editor John Marshall.

Latest News…

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Prayer Requests: R.I.P. Mary Jordan - funeral service 12:15pm 27/08/19 - East Barkwith (St. Mary’s) R.I.P. Penny Grosset - 08/08/19. For the draft new Constitution for Reader support. 09/09/19. For our Bishops and all concerned with the current safeguarding investigations in the Diocese. 16/05/19.
CRC ‘Resourcing Faith’ Booklet pdf
2019 Launde Abbey Retreat for Readers and ALM’s
Lincoln Readers

The website for Readers in the

Diocese of Lincoln

Contacts: Warden of Readers: Dr Sally Buck 01522 50 40 89 07736 292 668 Diocesan Office: Marie Isaac 01522 50 40 22 Admin Chairman of The John Marshall 01205 723097 Governing Body: Secretary General: Shirley Keyes 01673 857151
Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.

If you spot any broken links or errors please report to site

editor John Marshall.

What does a Reader Minister do? Readers are lay people in the Church of England, from all walks of life, who are called by God, theologically trained and licensed by the Church to preach, teach, lead worship and assist in pastoral, evangelistic and liturgical work. The office of Reader is the only lay ministry in the Church of England which is voluntary, nationally accredited, Episcopally licensed and governed by canon. There are now nearly10,000 Readers, with men and women represented almost equally. How do you become a Reader?

Latest News:

Prayer Requests: R.I.P. Mary Jordan - funeral service 12:15pm 27/08/19 - East Barkwith (St. Mary’s) R.I.P. Penny Grosset - 08/08/19. For the draft new Constitution for Reader support. 09/09/19. For our Bishops and all concerned with the current safeguarding investigations in the Diocese. 16/05/19.
CRC ‘Resourcing Faith’ Booklet pdf
2019 Launde Abbey Retreat for Readers and ALM’s

Annual Service

10.30am Saturday 12th October 2019

Lincoln Cathedral.

(For those who wish to robe - please arrive at 10am) The Association of Lincoln Readers 78th Annual General Meeting will follow. A revised Constitution document will be presented for approval at this important meeting. Further information will be circulated shortly.