Through generous gifts, the Kansas Area United Methodist Foundation is excited to announce the Pathways for Discipleship grant application is now available. Applications are due to the Foundation by September 1, 2020.
“I am excited the Foundation is offering these grants to be a catalyst to change lives across the connection,” Dustin Petz, President and CEO of the Foundation, said. “The vision of these Pathways for Discipleship is to help churches have the resources needed to do the ministries God is calling them to do. We believe we will help make disciples, launch new programs, and transform communities.”
The grants are from the Pathways for Discipleship funds at the Foundation. Grants will provide matching funds for new money raised to support three key areas in the church.
The first area is ministry and outreach grants to expand the missional outreach of the church through programing, outreach ministries and mission’s trips. Brick and mortar requests will not be accepted.
Secondly, grants will be provided for children and youth programs. The grant can be used for all aspects of programming from children to young adults.
Lastly, the leadership education grants provide support for education and leadership development of clergy and lay leaders. Grants may also assist in providing trainings for a church, network, or regional gathering.
Only one ministry/program grant application per church will be accepted. If you have any questions, please contact the Foundation at 620-664-9623 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to give now or in your estate to make a lasting difference across our connections through the Pathways for Discipleship funds, we would love to partner with you.