We seek to discover, develop and deploy lay and clergy leaders
across the West Virginia Conference of The United Methodist Church.
We help people discover, claim and flourish in their callings.
We stand with them, connecting them with what they need to be principled Christian leaders
who make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Passionate Spiritual Leaders Like Jesus' disciples, we are intended to grow closer to God, always learning how our gifts can be developed and offered to lead others to experience God's love.
Like Jesus' disciples, we are intended to grow closer to God, always learning how our gifts can be developed and offered to lead others to experience God's love.
Called to Serve
You’re not alone on your journey we will walk with you, connecting you to the resources you need to flourish.
Whether you’re new to this calling or looking for new skills to enliven your existing ministry, we’re here to help. Learn More
The ministry of the laity flows from a commitment to Christ’s outreaching love. Lay members of The United Methodist Church are, by history and calling, active advocates of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Licensed and Ordained Ministry
God has called you to serve as a leader in the church of Jesus Christ. Perhaps you are sensing a call to pastoral leadership, the chaplaincy or a specialized ministry...
By following these standards or practices for leadership, with grace-filled support from fellow leaders along the way, God is able to work within us to more fully transform us and those around us.
The primary building blocks of vital congregations is the discovery, development and deployment of passionate spiritual leaders - in other words disciples of Jesus Christ who make disciples! Follow this link for ways your church may grow with discipleship pathways.
Spiritual formation is a “process of being conformed to the image of Christ for the sake of others”
Policies and Guidelines related to Ministry
Conference approved rules and guidelines for all clergy: licensed and ordained.
When there is a change in an appointment it is important to have a strategy for transitioning well. Tips and tools may be found by following this link.