Do you feel a call to serve the people of God through the Ordained Ministry?

Do you desire to reconnect and rejoin active ministry as an ordained minister?

Are you looking to serve in a church where you feel appreciated, valued, respected, and included?


“Didn’t our hearts burn within us as he talked with us on the road and explained the Scriptures to us?”

Luke 24:32

The United American Catholic Church is seeking passionate, caring, People of Faith, to serve everyone we come across from all walks of life. We are an Open, Affirming, Caring, and Independent Catholic Jurisdiction for North America (including Mexico, USA, and Canada) and so we welcome people of all gender identities and sexual orientations to be a part of this church through its leadership roles and to ordination.


We invite you to get in touch with our vocations minister and he will help you discern the path God has set before you. Reverend Kenn Nelan can help you navigate the steps to becoming an active minister with the UACC. 


How can we help you answer God’s call for the service to God’s kingdom and people?

Minimum Requirements for Acceptance into the Vocational Process

  • At least of 18 years of age.

  • Currently engaged in ministries in your church community or fellowship group.

  • Currently working on a college degree.

  • Proven capacity of being economically independent.

  • Capacity and commitment to start and develop a ministry in your city of residence.

  • Being able to nurture yourself spiritually in an independent environment.

  • Be able to communicate with colleagues and superiors, collaborate and gather with them virtually.

  • Fully communicate in English and/or in Spanish.

  • Able to pass criminal background and psychological test.

  • Proven good mental health.


Types of Ministries
A ministry is a way to serve your church and community. The most well-known type of ministry is serving as a pastor, but there are many other ministry opportunities for people. You can use your skills and passions to develop a ministry that fits your personality, to get involved in your church community, and strengthen your faith.


The following are examples of ministries you can create and develop as an ordained minister with the United American Catholic Church (UACC)

  • Parish/Church ministry in Liturgy and Sacraments

  • Hospital/Hospice Chaplaincy Ministry

  • University/College Ministry

  • Jail Chaplaincy

  • Teaching Ministry for youth and/or adults

  • Outreach Ministries by creating a charity or being a part of one

  • Spiritual Counseling

  • Preaching Ministry

  • Music Ministry

  • And much more!

May God Bless You as You Discern Your Way to Ministry

with the UACC. 

For more information, please, complete the form below:

Vocational Information with UACC Registration Form / Forma de Aplicación Sobre Información Vocacional en la UACC

We will contact you. In the meantime, keep praying for discernment to discover God's will for you. Blessings.