The Adjutancy, as it is known today, in most churches today. We desire to blend order and ardor with an “adjutants of servants” to the Leadership in the Lords church.
The word “Adjutant” comes from the Latin word Adiutare, which means; “to aid or assist” or more appropriately stated; “to keep on helping”. The latter definition used in the military means; “a staff officer who assists the Commanding Officer; the Officer-In-Charge of administrative affairs for the Commanding officer.”
In the “ecclesial” sense, an Adjutant is “a servant who assists and advises a bishop on liturgical, ceremonial and protocol matters; and, administratively organizes and executes ceremonies, services and the directives of the bishop.” The Adjutancy, among us, is the group of men and women who are charged with the task of standardizing and enacting the fundamentals of our ceremonial, liturgical and protocol traditions.
It is with great pleasure that our instructor of “Adjutancy” within this institution, extends this formal invitation to all adjutants, armor bearers and those who desire to grow in this servant-ministry.”SIGN UP NOW,” for the next class!