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The General Assembly, recognising the need for the Church to protect its doctrinal and historical position, and its role in assessing and approving candidates for the full-time pastoral ministry, enact and ordain as follows: A.GENERAL 1.The Purpose. Presbyteries are reminded that the purpose of the examination is to ascertain …
SECTION A – TRAINING GENERAL 1.Definitions. The General Assembly note the following definition of terms related to training: 1.1 Foundation Training: a Training Programme for men and women involving various aspects of church life, but not necessarily leading to pastoral ministry. 1.2 Core Training: a Training Programme that is …
Number 23 of Class 2 The General Assembly, seeking to revise and update arrangements and procedures regarding the application process to become a Candidate for Free Church Ministry and oversight and support of such Candidates before they are licensed to preach the gospel, enact and ordains as follows:The General …
The General Assembly, recognising the need to make use of audio-visual technology in the carrying out of Church business in exceptional circumstances, enact and ordain as follows: General Principles. The General Assembly declare that the following general principles apply for the purposes of this Act. 1.1.         The General Assembly …
The  General  Assembly,  recognising  the  costs  and  family  implications  regarding  candidates  for  the  Free  Church  Ministry resident in North America and undertaking their studies for the ministry in Scotland, ordain as follows. 1.  They instruct the Board of Ministry to treat applications from such candidates on a case-by-case basis. …
1.1 The Board of Ministry shall publish and regularly update a Candidate Application Form. The Form shall consist of Part A for the use of the candidate and Part B to be completed by a conjunct meeting of the applicant’s Kirk Session and the relevant Presbytery or Committee of …