Office of Vocation
The Office of Vocation supports the processes for the discernment and training of ministry personnel, the determination of their fitness/readiness for accreditation, the fulfillment of continuing education standards, and the formal processes for oversight and discipline of ministry personnel.
For more info, visit: United Church of Canada – Office of Vocation
ChurchHub.ca is part of a significant shift in the life of our church and how we live out our call to ministry and discipleship. It is both a policy that was passed by General Council to be “regularized as the required process for ministry personnel and communities of faith to search for calls and appointments” and the support structure for communication between the denomination, ministry personnel, communities of faith and members who participate in regional and denominational ministry.
All Ministry Personnel and Pastoral Charge Communities of Faith have now received an invitation to join ChurchHub. If you or your community haven’t received your invitation, we may have an outdated email. Please email email@example.com with your updated information.
Watch these videos to learn more:
- ChurchHub First Login
- Community of Faith: How to Use ChurchHub
- Community of Faith: How to Find a New Minister
- Ministry Personnel: How to Use ChurchHub
- Ministry Personnel: How to Find a New Ministry
For more info, visit: United Church of Canada – ChurchHub
The Office of Vocation also relates to candidates for ministry through the Candidacy Boards. The Candidacy Pathway is the process for entering ministry in The United Church of Canada.
For more info, visit: United Church of Canada – Candidacy Pathway
Minister for the Office of Vocation, Québec and East Ontario
Karen’s focus is the Candidacy Pathway and the oversight and discipline of ministry personnel for the ECORC and RC’s 12 & 13. Karen supports individuals and the systems that enable fulfillment of potential and calling, along with serving the francophone community through strong partnerships.