Serving is activity of the highest order.
Jesus said, ‘Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first among you must become your slave’ (Matt. 20.26-27). Jesus’ words provide heaven’s perspective on what lies at the heart of leadership. Serving, then, sits in the centre of Christian ministry, whether that service is expressed in the home, school and workplace, the local church or the national church.
The Apostolic Church makes provision for properly equipped people to be considered as leaders to serve in local churches.
It is normally the case that leadership development is the pathway to leadership appointment. People who desire to serve in a role of appointed leadership should have a track record of serving in the local church and have qualifications for Christian leadership or be willing to undertake suitable training.
Interested persons should email their name and contact details together with a brief summary of their current circumstances, ministry calling and experience to:
Apostolic Church UK
It should be noted that enquiries and communications are treated confidentially.
Appointment to leadership is determined by the National Leadership Team of the Apostolic Church UK and is dependent upon appropriate training, proven character, ministry capacity and/or experience and the demonstrated ability to work as part of a team.