A servant; a subordinate; an officer or assistant of inferior rank; hence, an agent, an instrument.
One who serves at the altar; one who performs sacerdotal duties; the pastor of a church duly authorized or licensed to preach the gospel and administer the sacraments.
To furnish or apply; to afford; to supply; to administer.
To act as a servant, attendant, or agent; to attend and serve; to perform service in any office, sacred or secular.
anyone authorized to carry out or assist in the spiritual functions of a church
One who serves in a ministerial role of a church, as to preach sermons or conduct religious services, or to perform some service to the spiritual benefit of others. It literally means to serve, help or encourage. "...I became a minister according to the gift of the grace of God given to me by the effective working of His power" (Eph. 3:7).
Someone who is authorized to perform religious functions in a Christian church
synonymous with priest in the context of our church
A person who has been set aside by ordination to serve the church. In the Presbyterian Church in Canada there are both spiritual and academic qualifications required for ordination as a minister. Ministers are sometimes also referred to as teaching elders. Besides also being ruling elders, ministers are the only ones in the church who administer the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion.
a person authorized to conduct religious worship
work as a minister; "She is ministering in an old parish"
a Crown servant
a leader of worship, a pastor, an educator, a counsellor, a facilitator, and perhaps the representative of the faith community in the wider society
a lot more than a good sermon giver
an individual duly authorized by a recognized religious denomination to conduct religious worship and to perform other duties usually performed by authorized members of the clergy of that religion
an ordained, bona fide professional person of the Christian church, qualified to administrate a church and officiate at weddings, funerals, baptisms and communion
a person regularly called by the Church
a preacher of God
a Servant of God's People and a Pastor is the Chief Servant
a servant of God's people who has been ordained to the office of the ministry
a servant, one who carries out the orders of others
Ordained clergy of the Protestant traditions. The term is also used in hierarchical churches to describe anyone with a role in liturgy or service to others.
This is a Latin word, meaning servant. In the Episcopal Church lay persons as well as bishops, priests and deacons are ministers, servants of God, caring for their brothers and sisters in the church and those outside it.
From Latin meaning servant. In baptism all of us become servants of God and all of us are to be ministers of God's love and reconciliation in the world. Some minister are set apart through ordination for servant hood as bishops, priests, and deacons.
An ordained member of the clergy who officiates during public worship. In Christianity, an ordained member of the clergy of several of the Protestant faith groups. A superior of one of several religious orders.
One who shares in the ministry of the church. The ministers of the church are lay people, bishops, priests, and deacons (BCP, p. 855). In many Protestant denominations, the term is applied exclusively to members of the clergy.
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an ordained man or woman who, after special training, has taken vows and been set apart for religious service of Word (Word of God) and sacrament
From the Latin word for "servant," in the ecclesiastical sense a minister is (1) an ordained cleric or (2) one who has the authority to minister to others.
Translated from a variety of Greek words usually meaning ‘servant' or similar. It is not used in a specific sense of an ‘office' (see office). Local churches were not overseen by a minister. They were overseen by a plurality of elders.
a person who has had training in theology and has been ordained by a bishop to lead the Church and to take church services.
The spiritual and administrative leader of a local church. Also known as Pastor.
128] To dream of seeing a minister, denotes unfortunate changes and unpleasant journeys. To hear a minister exhort, foretells that some designing person will influence you to evil. To dream that you are a minister, denotes that you will usurp another's rights.  See Preacher and Priest.
All members of the Church: Lay people, bishops, priests and deacons.