Being an Ordinand

This blog started in 2013 when I began exploring ordination, a rollercoaster ride that took 4 years (see Exploring Ordination).  Somewhat unexpectedly, a new phase in my life and in the life of this blog begins on 21st August 2017 when I start my ordination training.

The blog will continue by with posts on what it is like to train for ordination, looking at the theological training from the standpoint of someone with none, at the experiences which challenge and transform, and at the impact of juggling training part-time with working full time whilst trying to maintain a healthy family life.  These posts will gradually build up over the three years to give a unique insight on one person’s continuing journey towards being ordained in the Church of England.

  1. Time Turning: reality hits home as Ordinands become Deacons and Priests (04/07/17)

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