Definitions for "Ministry"
Keywords:  ordained, church, clergy, christ, gift
The body of ministers of state; also, the clergy, as a body.
Often known as pastoral* ministry, it refers to Christian service to the faithful. Ministries are also offices in the Church (formerly known as "Minor Orders"). They include Reader (which allows one to officially read the Sacred Scriptures in the liturgical assembly) and Acolyte (which allows one to act officially as server at the altar during the Mass).
The active service of the baptized, dependent upon the gifts of the individual and the needs of the community, and always directed to the building up of the Body of Christ.
building where the business of a government ministry is transacted
a department of a government
a departmentof a government
Gospel-inspired activity (generally referring to an individual rather than a group), with an emphasis on the attitude and approach brought to it.
a collection of very smart people brought together to manage one kind of activity
When a person is inspired by the spirit to speak in Meeting for Worship, that is described as Ministry. Back to previous page
The office, duties, or functions of a minister, servant, or agent; ecclesiastical, executive, or ambassadorial function or profession.
Keywords:  bcp, see
See BCP p. 855.
Keywords:  lord, everyone, serving, perfect, child
a great place to begin serving our Lord
a perfect place to start serving our Lord, everyone has something that they can give to a child
religious ministers collectively (especially Presbyterian)
Ministry is an American industrial metal band of the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s fronted by Al Jourgensen.
Keywords:  pitt, administration, rule, power, term
Administration; rule; term in power; as, the ministry of Pitt.
Agency; instrumentality.
the Ministry in British Columbia that is responsible for colleges, university colleges, institutes and agencies at any particular time.
Ministry (e.g. telecommunications, or transport, or other). Page top
Keywords:  waste, time
a waste of time there
Keywords:  act, supplying, service, needs, others
The act of ministering; ministration; service.
act of supplying in service the needs of others
See specific name (e.g. Information, Pensions).
Keywords:  group, see
See Group.