Official ordination into ministry is the symbolic, outward ceremony of an inward calling. There are those who have been ordained in traditional denominations, only to have their title stripped from them when they could not contain the radical, controversial, religious-barrier-breaking spirit of Jesus within them.
There are others who have been refused ordination through traditional means due to their race, gender, transgender, or sexual orientation. There are others still who have felt the call to become a minister, but have not gone through the traditional ordination process due to a lack of faith in the denominational churches.
If you are one who has felt the call and desires to be ordained through the Progressive Christian Alliance because of these reasons or others, please use the information on the contact page to get in touch with us. We will be happy to discuss and walk with you through your spiritual call.
Ministers of the PCA are not ministers in the traditional sense. These are men and women who no longer see the role of a minister as being yards ahead of their congregation, holding the torch, lighting the path, and guiding the way. The role of the minister within the PCA is to be among their community leading, learning, laughing, loving and growing in fellowship along the path together as one.