12 new Licensed Lay Ministers
Last week, candidates from across the diocese were licensed and admitted as Licensed Lay Ministers (LLMs). The service took place at St John Ealing, and was led by Pete Broadbent, the Bishop of Willesden.
For more photos of the service, please see our Facebook page.
Licensed Lay Ministers are the equivalent to what was previously known as a Reader. The term LLM came about in order to broaden out the areas of ministry, beyond the activities typically associated with Readers. LLMs can be involved in many different aspects of the life of the church, including adult education, small group work, mission and evangelism, pastoral ministry, youth and children’s ministry, workplace ministry, chaplaincy, and more. Click here to find out more about LLMs.
St Mellitus students
|| All Saints Ealing
|| All Souls Langham Place
|| Chelsea Old Church – All Saints
|Helen Goodman Worsfold
|| St John with St James West Ealing
|| St Katherine, Westway
|| St Stephen’s, E Twickenham
St Edmund’s students
||St John the Baptist, Holland Road
||St Michael’s Elmwood Road, Chiswick
||Christ Church Southgate
||Christ Church Highbury
||St Anne’s Highgate
||All Saints Friern Barnet