Sheila was born and brought up in Belfast, Northern Ireland during the “Troubles”. Sheila was called to the ministry after training for the Methodist ministry at HVIC and Manchester University, where she qualified with an honours degree in Contextual Theology.
Since 2008 Sheila has served in two Methodist circuits, Pendle and currently Wirral.
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Are you considering candidating for presbyteral or diaconal ministry in the Methodist Church?
Would you like to work through this process with others sharing the same journey?
Would you appreciate information, practical help, mutual support and theological reflection along the way?
Contact Chrissie Howe: [email protected] The aim of the group is to provide information relating to the process of candidating and also to provide support through what can be a challenging year.
In each session we review where candidates are up to in terms of the process, especially as this changes during the course of the year.
Download the Handbook for Candidates (Pdf) Order a free printed copy of Called to Ordained Ministry?This will begin in your circuit, before going to the district and then to a selection committee that represents the Connexional Church.The Rule is not compulsory, but it is hoped that it will be freely followed and adapted to each deacon's lifestyle.He is married to Sylvia and together they have one son, Jean-De-Luc.My Ordination at Coventry Methodist Central Hall on 29th June 2014 marks a major milestone in my journey of faith as I have sought to discern and respond to God’s call on my life.