Welcome

to 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      Congratulations to our new Reader colleagues - Licensed in Lincoln Cathedral on the 27th October 2018. Photo: - Readers with Bishops David, Christopher, Nicholas and Warden of Lay Ministry - Sally Buck. (see opposite from left to right >>) * Christopher Inkley - St Peter & Paul  Burgh le   Marsh * Andrew Wilson - Branston with Nocton & Potterhanworth   Lesley Bowring - St Andrews Immingham (transfer from Ely) * Elizabeth Brown      - Ulceby St Nicholas * Malcolm Gray           - Swallowbeck            * Admitted to the Office of Reader and first Licensed
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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 over 10,000 Readers, with men and women represented almost equally.

Latest News…

Celebration of Lay Ministries

Saturday 27th October Lincoln Cathedral.

‘For all that has been, thanks. To all that shall be, Yes!’                                                                        Dag Hammarskjöld The Precenter Sal McDougall welcomed the gathering of Lay Ministers and their supporters to the Cathedral and quickly led us into singing praises to God! The Diocesan Secretary, The Revd David Dadswell spoke about meeting many committed Lay People in his first year in the Lincoln Diocese. We had a very dramatic form bible reading from 2 Timothy 3, before Bishop Nicholas asked us to think about how what we had heard resonated with us?  During the 2nd part of the Lay Celebration, the Bishop of Lincoln - Admitted & Licenced four new Readers. He  also  Licenced one Reader  upon transfer from Ely Diocese.
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During the Service, The Bishop of Grantham preached the sermon and encouraged a shared identity in our task of mission and ministry - whether Clergy or Lay.  Bishop Nicholas quoted writer Alan Bennett and suggested that we should be  ‘Keeping On Keeping On’. After the Service, folk were able to chat over a welcome drink and a slice of cake! The Association of Lincoln Readers 77th AGM followed in Edward King House at 12.30pm.
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Lincoln Readers

Welcome

to 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      Congratulations to our new Reader colleagues - Licensed in Lincoln Cathedral on the 27th October 2018. Photo: - Readers with Bishops David, Christopher, Nicholas and Warden of Lay Ministry - Sally Buck. (see opposite from left to right >>) * Christopher Inkley - St Peter & Paul  Burgh le   Marsh * Andrew Wilson - Branston with Nocton & Potterhanworth   Lesley Bowring - St Andrews Immingham (transfer from Ely) * Elizabeth Brown      - Ulceby St Nicholas * Malcolm Gray           - Swallowbeck            * Admitted to the Office of Reader and first Licensed
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 Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.    Website Manager  John Marshall 

Latest News:  

Celebration of Lay Ministries

Saturday 27th October in Lincoln Cathedral

‘For all that has been, thanks. To all that shall be, Yes!’                                                                        Dag Hammarskjöld The Precenter Sal McDougall welcomed the gathering of Lay Ministers and their supporters to the Cathedral and quickly led us into singing praises to God! The Diocesan Secretary, The Revd David Dadswell spoke about meeting many committed Lay People in his first year in the Lincoln Diocese. We had a very dramatic form bible reading from 2 Timothy 3, before Bishop Nicholas asked us to think about how what we had heard resonated with us?  During the 2nd part of the Lay Celebration, the Bishop of Lincoln - Admitted & Licenced four new Readers. He  also  Licenced one Reader  upon transfer from Ely Diocese.

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Please go to Events page for latest CME and Register now!
During the Service, The Bishop of Grantham preached the sermon and encouraged a shared identity in our task of mission and ministry - whether Clergy or Lay.  Bishop Nicholas quoted writer Alan Bennett and suggested that we should be  ‘Keeping On Keeping On’. After the Service, folk were able to chat over a welcome drink and a slice of cake! The Association of Lincoln Readers 77th AGM followed in Edward King House at 12.30pm.
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   over   10,000 Readers, with men and women represented almost equally.