This grant was for an internship for a young person to explore church ministry.
Laurel United Methodist Church in Nebraska has received the spring Culture of Call grant. The grant will go toward an internship for a young person to explore ministry. “This project will allow a young person to explore aspects of ministry within the church and discern where God might continue to be calling them as they get opportunities to serve in various capacities,” the church’s pastor, the Rev. Isaac Chua, wrote in the grant request. “This project will also nurture spiritual growth ...
A ministry leadership internship project for First Light UMC in Gardner, Kansas, is proposed and reported by Nancy Pauls. The work of the project is to create an internship in ministry leadership for member(s) of our church who have shown gifts and fruit for church ministry work and/or has identified an internal call by God for exploring and growing in ministry leadership.
A youth internship project for First UMC in Blair, Nebraska, is proposed by Rebecca Hjelle and reported by Gina Gile. The work of the project is to create an internship experience that allows middle school and high school youth to discern their gifts and graces as they relate to the ministries and work of the UMC. Contact email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A ministerial Internship project for Lenexa UMC in Lenexa, Kansas is proposed and reported by Tyler Kaufmann. The work of the project is empowering a young clergy person to explore the call of mentoring by facilitating a ministerial internship that enables a young adult to explore their calling. Contact email@example.com
A pastoral internship project for Tonganoxie UMC in Tonganoxie, Kansas, is proposed and reported by Bill Gepford. The work of the project is to provide two young people exploring their call to ministry. TUMC used to be the church for retiring pastors; we seek to become a church that develops pastors by solidifying our pastoral intern program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.