Authorised Lay Ministers (ALMs) are trained lay people, active in church life, who have a particular vocation, special interest, or skill, that can be an integral part of their church’s ministry.
They are highly valued in the Diocese of Ely and have a crucial part in the success of the Diocesan Strategy.
Could it be you?
Explorers Evenings are frequently held in the Diocese and are great ways to find out more about becoming an ALM, LLM, or Chaplain, and the many pathways available.
Additionally, after talking to your Incumbent and PCC (Parochial Church Council) about your interest in training as an ALM, please contact the Vocations Team for further information and to apply.
Training and Development
Various courses and development opportunities can be accessed via the pages linked below.