New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) seeks a five-year grant for its Mentoring for Thriving in Ministry in the City project. This three-pronged project seeks to develop effective mentoring for pastors serving in urban ministries, especially NYTS graduates as well as other pastors in the New York City metropolitan region. The project will include a research component to examine and understand the effective mentoring practices for pastors in diverse urban ministry contexts. NYTS also will introduce mentoring for all ministerial candidates in its degree programs, many of whom already serve congregations, and increase resources for mentoring for graduates and other pastors in the region. To sustain this project, NYTS will fully integrate mentoring into degree programs for pastoral ministry, create a permanent office that provides resources for mentoring to pastors, and share the findings of its research through academic publications and other appropriate media.
Mentoring for Thriving in Ministry in the City
New York, New York
Asian/Asian American/Pacific Islander Associate Pastors Bi-vocational/Multi-vocational/Part-time Black/African American/African diaspora Early Career Ecumenical/Interdenominational Hispanic/Latino/a/x Incarcerated persons/Prison ministry context Late Career LGBTQ+ persons Men Mid-Career Millenials in ministry Multi-cultural contexts Multi-lingual context Post-Christian context Retiring Senior Pastors Urban White Women