"I am the vine; you are the branches." — John 15:5

Spiritual Gifts

St. Helen’s Spiritual Gifts Discovery Questionnaire

Discover your spiritual gifts! Explore different areas of ministry which might excite you.
Live and grow into maturity as a child of God with us at St. Helen’s.

Choose from Two Ways to Take the Questionnaire

PDF (print, complete and score) or
Excel Spreadsheet (for online completion and scoring)

St. Helen’s Anglican Church is a Christian family called by God and led by the Holy Spirit.
Our mission is to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ by:
Worshipping in community
Nurturing and growing in the faith
Witnessing in our daily lives and
Serving others through ministry.

Some of St. Helen’s areas of expression of gifts ministry:

1. Worship – Praising God in Community
Examples of this ministry: weekly worship services, readers, servers, music ministry, healing ministry, intercessions, newcomers, pastoral preparation, rites of passage, festivals,…

2. Discipleship – Growing in Faith and Witnessing to Christ
Examples of this ministry: Christian education (including baptism, marriage, Alpha, Cursillo, Sunday School, etc.), Bible studies, prayer ministry, Evangelism, print resources,…

3. Stewardship – Sharing and Caring for God’s Gifts
Examples of this ministry: building and grounds upkeep, financial stewardship, spiritual gifts, delivery of ministry,…

4. Outreach – Sharing in Christ’s Servanthood
Examples of this ministry: Christian Horizons partnership, Centre 454, The Well/La Source, Cumberland Resource Centre, collections, special projects…

5. Community – Sharing in Christ’s Service and Fellowship
Examples of this ministry: coffee hour, nursery, bazaar, BBQ’s, pastoral care, social events, youth group, marriage courses,…

5A. Governance – Enabling the Pillar Ministries within St. Helen’s
Examples of this ministry: Communications, Web-site, newsletters, strategic planning, visibility, administration,…

Do you already know your gifts?
Why not contact the present ministry chair to find out where you might exercise them?