The Diocese of St. Patrick
Encourage | Equip | Ordain | Proclaim
We are spiritual family of friends in Jesus who are also- deacons, missionaries, pastors, and priests.
Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus
"Dying You Destroyed our Death. Rising You Restored our Life. Lord Jesus, You are the Savior of The World!"
We’re very excited about your interest in partnering with The Diocese! Our desire is to ensure that our ministry network is the right fit for you, and that we can encourage, help, and support you in accomplishing your God given ministry and mission. Our goal is to expand the kingdom, rather than to expand The Diocese.
Dual Credentials: It is possible to be ordained and credentialed through the Diocese of St. Patrick , while maintaining clergy credentials with another church or denomination.
Transfer as Clergy: We welcome clergy to transfer from other denominations and churches to our Society. For clergy transferring from churches and denominations not in Historic Succession, please check out our Process to Ordination page. For clergy ordained in Historic Succession, please contact Bishop Wayne to inquire about transferring or reception into The Diocese.
Reason Why Clergy Might Partner with Us
Freedom: The Diocese is attractive to ministers because of the relational structure, and the freedom to minister in “out of the box” methodology”. Every structure of Christian cooperation has “rules”, our “rules” are intended to “release”, rather than “restrict” people in ministry.
Orthodoxy: Your present denomination has abandoned biblical orthodoxy and you want to connect to The Diocese for spiritual and ministry support.
Convergence: You've been moved by the Holy Spirit to holistically express the evangelical, charismatic, and sacramental streams of Jesus' ministry and spirituality.
Ordination: You're seeking spiritual covering and want to be ordained in historic apostolic succession. Please visit the Ordination Page.
Spiritual Covering and Friendship: Clergy ministering in independent and nondenominational ministries often find themselves having a sense of being "all alone". The Diocese can help you as a clergy network where you will find encouragement, friendship, and support- especially during difficult times. You brothers and sisters, in Christ, will always be available for a text message, phone call, video chat, or personal visit.