There is still time for Easter Sunday ordinations in 2014. Every year we have people want to become an ordained minister on Easter Sunday.
For centuries since the earliest days of Christianity during the Roman Empire, the traditional day for baptisms and ordinations — either to the priesthood or to become an ordained deacon — were held on Easter Sunday. It is a tradition many of our clergy want to be a part of.
If you want to be part of this tradition, all you need to do is follow the three steps to ordination, then fill out the online minister application and let us know you want Easter Sunday for your ordination.
(You can actually choose any date that has special meaning to you for your ordination)