International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC), a denomination of more than 1,700 churches in the United States, seeks a five-year grant for partial support for its Thriving Throughout the Seasons of Pastoral Ministry program. Through this program, 180 to 200 pastoral leaders — women, men, pastors serving multiethnic/multilingual congregations, church planters, and those in transition from rural to urban ministry settings and vice versa — will engage in multiple-year peer learning and mentoring communities with pastors serving similar size congregations so they might build a peer network and explore together leadership challenges posed by their settings. To sustain this effort, IPHC will launch a deferred giving and capital campaign effort dedicated to this program and will incorporate elements into its operating budget.
Thriving Throughout the Seasons of Pastoral Ministry
Asian/Asian American/Pacific Islander Associate Pastors Bi-vocational/Multi-vocational/Part-time Black/African American/African diaspora Church planters Early Career Hispanic/Latino/a/x Late Career Men Mid-Career Multi-cultural contexts Native American/Indigenous Rural Senior Pastors Suburban Urban White Women