Board of Ordained Ministry
This form is used by persons who plan to attend the License School for Local Pastors, supervised by the IGRC Board of Ordained Ministry.
Guidelines for Conference Boards of Ordained Ministry in assessing effectiveness in ministry.
A checklist of action steps for inquiring candidates moving from Inquiring Candidate to Certified Candidate.
Ordained clergy may use this form to request a grant for continuing educaiton.
Use this form, signed in front of a notary public, to attest that as a candidate for ministry, the candidate "has neither been accused in writing nor convicted of a felony, misdemeanor, any incident of sexual misconduct, or child abuse.” (¶310.2b.2).
Handbook for District Committees on Ordained Ministry
Step by step directions on setting up an account and updating it during candidacy.
Policies governing the IGRC Board of Ministry, updated May 2017.
Individuals who desire to become United Methodist pastors require to undergo a physical exam. The purpose of the physical exam is two-fold. First, it helps the individual know and care for his or her body. The physical exam often helps individuals become aware for the first time of problems which need to be addressed. Second, the physical identifies chronic or recurring health issues diseases which may interfere with the functions and performance of ministry. While these disabilities and ...
Laypersons may use this form to apply for funds to further their faith development.