Category: Church of the Province of New Zealand Priests

Categories: Anglican Priests


There are three basic levels of ordination in Anglicanism: bishop, priest and deacon. All ordained ministers start out as deacons. Most move on to become priests in about a year. The occupation of priest is the most common level of ordained clergy in member churches of the Anglican communion. They are the lowest level of minister permitted to preside at the Eucharist. See Wikipedia: Anglican ministry.

Priests who became archbishops, bishops, deans, or archdeacons are usually categorized according to those positions. Priests associated strongly with a particular parish of a member church may be placed in categories for priests, vicars and rectors of that parish if desired. Otherwise, they should be placed in categories for priests of their member church of the communion. When those categories become overly crowded, categories may be created for priests assigned to specific dioceses of particular member churches.


Person Profiles (5)

04 Sep 1867 Pakuranga, Auckland, New Zealand - 1938
08 May 1819 Staines, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - 04 Oct 1903 photo
08 Aug 1842 Cairnbanno, Aberdeenshire, Scotland - 29 Jan 1907 photo
13 Jul 1876 The Parsonage, Otaki, Wellington Province, New Zealand - 25 Aug 1945
11 Feb 1792 Portsea, Hampshire, England - 16 Jul 1867 photo




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