Guide to Orders
“An order is a covenant community within the church to mutually support, care for, and hold accountable its members for the sake of the life and mission of the church. These orders, separately or together, seek to respond to the spiritual hunger among clergy for a fulfilling sense of vocation, for support among peers during this stressful time of change in the Church, and for a deepening relationship with God.” – 2016 Book of Discipline, paragraph 306
- Rev. Moonyoung Lee
Wilshire United Methodist Church
711 S. Plymouth Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90005-3722
firstname.lastname@example.org | 909.510.9375
Counseling Funds are available to Provisional and Full Members of the California-Pacific Conference including those in the retired relationship.
Caring Clergy Colleagues are retired clergy who have committed themselves to serve as a “listening ear” to those who are in ministry. These are volunteers care about the well being of their active colleagues. They realize the challenge of having confidants, trustworthy and understanding friends, when you’re serving as a pastor to a congregation.
Clergy are invited to “opt-in” to a monthly prayer group.
1. Email your personal email to email@example.com with the words, “Opt-in” in the header.
2. You will receive two emails/month: one requesting prayer submissions and then one with all the prayers submitted.
- more info TBA