What is a Lay Worship Leader?
Lay Worship Leadership can look very different to traditional ministry. Within our communities many individuals not only lead Sunday Services, but many other spiritual activities. We offer training to enable our lay leaders to thrive as they offer many different methods of worship and care.
Unitarian College provides training for those just starting the process of worship leadership and provides a whole training pathway through to recognised Lay Leader status with the General Assembly of Unitarian & Free Christian Churches (GA). To become a fully recognised Lay Leader within Unitarianism students are require to complete courses at Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced level, to submit assignments, lead worship, and complete safeguarding training before applying for status.
If this sounds like you, it’s never too early to start talking to people, doing deep introspection, and gather more details about becoming a Lay Worship Leader. Check out the next section for more information:
Our courses & events
Unitarian College trains those accepted by the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches for Unitarian Ministry.
We are running a series of zoom clinics for Unitarians who would like to improve their zoom skills in a safe and supportive environment.
Introduction to Lay Worship Leadership Foundation Course
We are currently delivering a course in conducting high quality Unitarian Worship.