Ministers in Training (MiT)

and Newly Accredited Ministers (NAM)


WHAT IS A MiT?

MiT stands for “Minister in Training”. This is someone who is an appointed and recognised leader within a local church and who is also studying for Baptist Pastoral Ministry Accreditation through one of our colleges. Often the college arranges the church placement during the student’s time in college.


WHAT IS A NAM?

A Newly Accredited Minister (NAM) is a minister in their first church who has gone through a Baptist College or through the Residential Selection Conference.
Click here for details of the NAM scheme.

Useful documents


National Ministerial Recognition Committee
Download pdf here

National NAM Conference
Download pdf here

National Students Day
Download pdf here

National Settlement Team
Download pdf here

Churches and Newly Accredited Ministers
Click here

Training for Baptist Ministry - Core competencies
Download pdf here

Guide to Pastoral Practice & Ministry
Download pdf here

Suggested Ordination/Induction Service Check List
Download pdf here

NAM (Newly Accredited Ministers) Information for Churches
Download here

Association Requirements for Overseeing NAMs (Newly Accredited Ministers)
Download here

Mentor's Report Form
Download here

Mentor's Annual Report from Minister to SEBA
Download here

 

BU Links to Terms of Employment

For Full-Time Ministers & for Part-Time Ministers - click here for full-time - and here for part-time