Do you feel called to serve Christ and the Church in ordained ministry? The United Anglo-Catholic Church is a vibrant, welcoming family of Clergy and Parishioners. We are a union of different liturgical traditions, primarily Anglican and Latin Rites; bound together by a common goal of bringing people to Christ, and Christ to the people. Our Church welcomes vocations inquiries from people from all walks of life; we do not put stock in some of the restrictions on vocations that many contemporary churches and denominations do. If you are interested in discerning a vocation the Diaconate or Priesthood, we invite you to contact us to begin your journey. Formation and education for prospective candidates for Holy Orders will be structured based on individual needs assessed; depending upon previous education, liturgical education and formation, as well as pastoral formation and other necessary topics. Our clergy are non-stipend; which means that we do not charge, nor are we paid for our ministry in the church. Most of our clergy carry out secular work that helps to support their ministries. It is essential that candidates for formation realize the importance of maintaining this sort of connection to the world at large: for it keeps our feet firmly grounded in the harsh reality of life, and our heads squarely on our shoulders. Incardination- If you are clergy or represent a parish that is interested in incardination into our jurisdiction, we welcome you also to contact us. We offer a safe haven for clergy who have been abused and misused by other churches, and happily offer shelter from the insanity that seems to be prevalent in most churches today. For parishes/missions that are desiring incardination, rest assured that all property and possessions that you may bring with you will remain solely the property of the church or clergy who hold it. We do not demand payment for Episcopal faculties or sacraments. We maintain that each parish has the right to decide for itself what form of the approved liturgies it wishes to observe, provided it is in accordance with sacred tradition.