4217 – Other religious occupations
Workers in other religious occupations include brothers, nuns, monks, religious education workers and others who provide support to ministers of religion or to a religious community and who perform certain functions associated with the practice of a religion. They may perform these duties in churches, synagogues, temples or other places of worship; in institutions such as schools, hospitals and prisons; or in industrial facilities, corporate enterprises; or they may work in private practice.
Index of titles
- Animator – spiritual guidance
- Brother/sister – religion
- Christian Science nurse – non-medical
- Christian science practitioner
- Christian science worker
- Church worker
- Corporate intercessor
- Faith healer
- Gospel worker
- Home mission worker – religion
- Mother superior/religious superior
- Novice – religion
- Pastoral animator
- Religious education worker
- Religious superior – religious community
- Religious superior/mother superior
- Salvation Army captain
- Salvation Army field worker
- Salvation Army worker
- Sister/brother – religion
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
- Assist at services of public worship and religious rites
- Provide religious education, spiritual guidance and moral support to members of a religious community
- Conduct outreach activities and facilitate community involvement
- Administer programs providing food, clothing and shelter
- May plan, organize and lead worship services and church activities for a specific audience.
- Completion of college, university or other program in religious studies may be required, depending on the particular occupation and religion.
- There may be other employment requirements depending on the particular occupation and religion.
- Medical missionaries (in 3112 General practitioners and family physicians)
- Professional occupations in religion (4154)