Taking time for renewal

The Lilly Endowment posts information about its clergy renewal programs

by Christian Theological Seminary | Special to Presbyterian News Service

Photo by Sean Benesh via Unsplash

The Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Programs at Christian Theological Seminary provide funds to congregations to support renewal leaves for their pastors. Congregations may apply for grants of to $50,000 to underwrite a renewal program for their pastor and for the pastor’s family, with up to $15,000 of those funds available to the congregation to help cover costs for ministerial supply while the pastor is away.

According to a news release from Christian Theological Seminary, there is no cost to the congregations or the pastors to apply; the grants represent the Lilly Endowment’s continued investment in renewing the health and vitality of American Christian congregations.

More information about the National Clergy Renewal Program can be found here. Interested parties can learn about the 2022 programs and find application materials and other content related to clergy renewal. Information about the Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Program for Indiana Congregations is here.

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