Welcome

to the website for Readers

in the Diocese of Lincoln

Contacts: Warden of Readers:   Dr Sally Buck   01522 50 40 89                                                                     07908  569 408 Diocesan Office:         Linda Wass       01522 50 40 22    Chairman  of The       John Marshall   01205 723097            Governing Body: Secretary General:    Shirley Keyes    01522 790372       2017 Reader Service  Congratulations to colleagues  licensed in  Lincoln Cathedral on the 7th October 2017. Photo: - Readers from left... Helen Copson                   (Barrowby with Gt. Gonerby) Roger Goodrum               (Saxonwell Group) Christine Collins              (Mablethorpe with Trusthorpe) Christopher Godwin       (Barrowby with Gt. Gonerby) Carolynne Hannabuss    (Bonby)
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    over    10,000 Readers, with men and women represented almost equally.

Latest News:  

If you have arrived on this page you are viewing our NEW

website!  The site uses HTML 5 not flash - so should work           

across all browsers on PC, Laptop, Tablet or iphone.

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

editor John Marshall.

Reminder!  Would all Licensed Readers and those with

PTO please  collate your statistics for our Annual Return.

The questionnaire link has been circulated by email for online

completion by  16th February 2018! 

A paper version has been sent to those without internet

access.

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 Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.    Website Manager  John Marshall    
NEW MESSAGES posted  - please view now!
During the Service, the Bishop of Grantham - The Rt Revd  Dr Nicholas Chamberlain Admitted & Licenced the five new Readers  - see above. He  also  Licenced as Readers on transfer from other Dioceses: Claire Sauer  (Marston) and David Stark (Heckington with Helpringham). The Rt Revd Dr David Court, preached the sermon - encouraging us in our ministry - to be 'confident in Christ'.
Lincoln Readers

Welcome

to the website for Readers in

the Diocese of Lincoln

Contacts: Warden of Readers:   Dr Sally Buck   01522 50 40 89                                                                     07908  569 408 Diocesan Office:         Linda Wass       01522 50 40 22    Chairman  of The       John Marshall   01205 723097            Governing Body: Secretary General:    Shirley Keyes    01522 790372       2017 Reader Service  Congratulations to colleagues  licensed in  Lincoln Cathedral on the 7th October 2017. Photo: - Readers from left... Helen Copson                   (Barrowby with Gt. Gonerby) Roger Goodrum               (Saxonwell Group) Christine Collins              (Mablethorpe with Trusthorpe) Christopher Godwin       (Barrowby with Gt. Gonerby) Carolynne Hannabuss    (Bonby)
Top of Page Top of Page
Click or tap below - to View or Post to our Message Board
 Association of Readers in the Diocese of Lincoln.    Website Manager  John Marshall 

Latest News:  If you have arrived on this page

you are viewing our NEW website!

(the site uses HTML 5 not flash - so should work across all

browsers on PC, Laptop, Tablet or iphone).

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

- John Marshall.

Reminder!  Would all Licensed Readers and those with PTO

please  collate your statistics for our Annual Return. The

questionnaire link has been circulated by email for online

completion by  16th February 2018! 

A paper version has been sent to those without internet access.

NEW MESSAGE 3rd Feb  - please view now!