Methodists Helping Methodists Foundation exists to serve, nurture and secure religious, educational, and benevolent programs related to the Methodist movement with financial tools:
Endowments – security for future generations
Investments – impacting the world by combining faith and money
Loans – affordable, flexible options for new projects, renovations, and refinance
Planned Giving – tax-wise ways to give to your church
The Iliff School of Theology is an independent graduate school, related to the United Methodist Church, that educates and Iliff offers six degrees: Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Social Justice and Ethics, Master of Arts in Pastoral and Spiritual Care, Master of Theological Studies, Doctor of Ministry in Prophetic Leadership, and co-offers the PhD in the Study of Religion with the University of Denver.develops leaders with courageous theological imaginations and is committed to social justice, inclusiveness, and religious diversity. Iliff has long been recognized as a leader in its class and has been named one of the “Seminaries that Change the World” each year since 2015.
Learn more at www.Iliff.edu
Saint Paul School of Theology
Is God calling you for more?
Educating tomorrow's leaders by offering on-campus, online and hybrid learning courses at a FLEXible schedule, Saint Paul School of Theology is a seminary committed to the formation of people for innovative, creative ministry. Grounded in academic study of faith and ministry, theology is practiced both in a traditional classroom and in contextual curriculum featuring Ministry Collaboration Groups, Practicums, Spiritual Formation Retreats and Seminars. Upon graduating, Saint Paul alumni have followed many paths to ministry, service, and leadership within their community and around the world.
Creating a Culture of Renewal® is a three-year, high impact process of adaptive leadership development and spiritual formation that empowers church leaders and the congregations they serve to co-create miracles with the divine. By interrupting church decline and accelerating church vitality, founder Rev. Rebekah Simon-Peter reconnects spiritual leaders with their God-given powers, allowing them to launch fresh ministries and reconnect with their communities.
Author of the upcoming Forging a New Path: Moving the Church Forward in a Post-Pandemic World (Market Square, 2022), Dream Like Jesus®, and The Jew Named Jesus, Rebekah documents her vision and evidence that renewal is possible.
In all family systems, especially the church, when anxiety goes up it’s the most reactive who want to call the shots. That’s because the church is an emotional system and not a technical one. This is not easy stuff. Since 1999 clergy have attended The Center for Pastoral Effectiveness seeking to be healthy vital leaders in that emotional system. Find out why over 1200 clergy describe the Center as “the most valuable continuing education experience.”
Check us out at pastoraleffectiveness.org.
Or talk to Bill Selby at 303-521-3850 or Derf Bergman at 406-853-3200
Answer your call to ministry. At Claremont School of Theology, you’ll learn among a growing group of religious leaders, preachers, teachers, and reachers all committed to compassion, justice, and belonging.
Study on your schedule. Our progressive and culturally-informed masters and doctoral programs are taught in face-to-face, hybrid, and online modalities by the same world-class professors — each of whom are committed to your flourishing.
Best of all, generous financial aid options are available.
United Methodist in origin and affiliation, ecumenical and interreligious by design, you’ll leave CST fully equipped to put your faith into action in our diverse and complex world.
The Upper Room® is a global ministry dedicated to supporting the spiritual life of Christians seeking to know and experience God more fully. From its beginnings in 1935 as a daily devotional guide, The Upper Room has grown to include publications, programs, prayer support, and other resources to help believers of all ages and denominations move to a deeper level of faith and service.
The United Methodist Association of Retired Clergy and Friends (UMARC) affirms God’s inclusive love in Jesus Christ for all people. We, therefore, oppose discrimination, stigmatization and exclusion based on race, gender or sexual orientation. We are committed to supporting our beloved Bishop Karen Oliveto and stand in solidarity with LGBTQ+ laity and clergy.