Connor Lidell, Licensed Minister, Ceremony, 2013

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05 Jan 2013 00:57 - 05 Jan 2013 00:58 #87391 by Ben
There will be a ceremony in chat on

Sunday 13th January

at

2130UTC

to welcome Connor Lidell into the clergy as a Licensed Minister.

This will form part of the monthly live service - please see here for further details.


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01 Nov 2013 20:18 #123353 by Connor Lidell
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Note: This ceremony never took place. Just for the record.

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01 Nov 2013 22:32 #123363 by ren
Yet you are a licensed minister? A Bishop should have conducted a ceremony before your clergy rank was changed. What happened?

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01 Nov 2013 22:56 #123370 by Connor Lidell
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I couldn't make it that day (due to a class being reschedule, I think), and V-Tog told me she would try and reschedule it. She never did.

I only mention it because I'm not sure how imperative it is that we hold the ceremony.

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01 Nov 2013 23:00 #123371 by Alexandre Orion
The licenced minister position is not yet 'ordained' and thus no ordination ceremony by a Bishop is necessary. When you are knighted, there will most likely be an ordination ceremony immediately after your knighting ceremony.

That is how it worked with me.

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01 Nov 2013 23:00 #123372 by Wescli Wardest
Why would it not be imperative? :huh:

It is an important day and we should celebrate. ;)

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01 Nov 2013 23:10 #123374 by Connor Lidell
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hahaha. I wasn't trying to be all "I DIDN'T GET MY CEREMONY, GIVE IT TO ME!!!"

I just wanted it to be on record that it didn't happen. Because I care about things being accurate. lol.

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02 Nov 2013 05:44 #123413 by ren
An ordination ceremony must be done by a bishop by (US)law... But licensed ministers must go through a ceremony as well (here anyway). not only is it a symbol of them joining clergy, but one does not simply automatically become clergy upon completion of the training programme. What seals the deal is the ceremony. After which the rank change is to be done.

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02 Nov 2013 07:51 #123419 by Alexandre Orion
Funny though, I don't remember either Sajjad or Darren having a ceremony ...

... and I was never a licensed minister.

Nevertheless, the clergy ranking and duties associated to those are the first item on tomorrow's meeting agenda ; we'll discuss that then.

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02 Nov 2013 11:18 #123431 by Akkarin

Alexandre Orion wrote: ... and I was never a licensed minister.


Neither was I, because I was a Knight I was simply just promoted straight to Deacon (though that shouldn't be the sole reason to skip Licensed Minister)

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