Criteria for Ordination

Deadline to submit applications for 2023 ordination is December 1, 2022

The ordination ceremony will be during our WIMN event in Florida, February 10-11, 2023.

To be considered for ordination, the following criteria must be met.

Godly lifestyle – a life beyond reproach.

Actively and faithfully serving in an area of Kingdom ministry (ie. Preaching, Leading, Intercession, Home and Family, Workplace, Worship, Prophetic, Evangelism, Apostolic, Media, Arts and Entertainment, etc.)

Must be a member of Women in Ministry Network at least six months before applying for ordination.

These foundational courses from Patricia King Institute:

  1. Women of Influence – this is a 12 session certificate program that covers many subjects regarding effective women in ministry, giving strong foundations and godly standards and values for women to be ordained in Women on the Frontlines.
  2. The Glory School – this is a 16-session program that covers foundational, biblical teaching on the Kingdom realm and how to access, live, and minister in the glory of God.
  3. The Ordination Class
  4. The Making of a Champion.
  5. Ministry Team Training
  6. 5 Easy Keys to Discovering Your Why
  7. The Love War
  8. Victorious Warfare

A completed application submitted with $25 application fee.

An interview with the director of WIMN will be required.

We ask that you be present at the ordination ceremony, held annually at our WIMN event. 2023’s ordination ceremony will be held during our WIMN event in Florida, February 10-11 (See events page for more details).

Each year will be a new mandatory requirement to keep your ordination. (Please keep an eye on the MAINTAIN YOUR ORDINATION page for updates.)

What is the fee for Ordination?

A $25 ordination application fee

$50 cost annually for a new ordination card

An expectation to keep your WIMN Membership in good standing. ($20 per month or $125 per year)

There is a cost for the required courses listed above. For pricing and course descriptions, please visit Patricia King Institute