Missio Seminary, an inter/multidenominational, evangelical school, seeks a five-year grant for partial funding of its Program for Urban Leaders and Pastors in Transition (PULPIT); an effort to support pastors serving urban congregations in the Philadelphia metropolitan region, and help them negotiate various key professional transitions at different stages of their ministerial careers. The program will bring pastors together as peer colleagues to develop healthy support systems for each other, encourage them to attend to their own health and wellness, and equip them to address challenges faced by urban churches. In addition, this endeavor will help the pastors develop flourishing relationships with other pastors that cross racial, ethnic and socioeconomic boundaries, and encourage them to help their congregations bridge these divides. To sustain the program, Missio Seminary will incorporate programmatic components into its operating budget and its doctor of ministry degree program.
PULPIT (Program for Urban Leaders and Pastors in Transition)
Seminary or School of Theology
Bi-vocational/Multi-vocational/Part-time Black/African American/African diaspora Church planters Early Career Ecumenical/Interdenominational Hispanic/Latino/a/x Late Career Men Mid-Career Millenials in ministry Multi-cultural contexts Post-Christian context Retiring Senior Pastors Urban White Asian/Asian American/Pacific Islander Women
Dr. Chad Hinson