United Church of Canada. Division of Ministry, Personnel and Education

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Type of entity

Corporate body

Authorized form of name

United Church of Canada. Division of Ministry, Personnel and Education

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Description area

Dates of existence

1971–2001

History

The Division grew out of the Board of Colleges and an expanded vision of vocation in the church, and was established in 1971 to serve the personnel, educational and vocational needs of the Church. Of particular interest to the Division was the role of pastoral work, chaplaincy in institutions, continuing education for clergy and lay supplies, theological education, recruitment, summer supplies, and special training programmes.

Under the major reorganization of General Council units in 2001, the mandate of the Division of Ministry Personnel and Education was moved to two units: Faith Formation and Education (FFE) and Ministry and Employment Policy and Services (MEPS).

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Authority record identifier

SCAA-UCCS-0227

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Status

Draft

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2018-April: added to SAIN, based on authority description by the United Church of Canada Archives (Toronto).

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Sources

United Church of Canada Archives (Toronto), "United Church of Canada. Division of Ministry, Personnel and Education", accessed 2018-04-09, via Archeion website (Archives Association of Ontario).

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