- Theological Education
Clergy Salaries: Market and Mission
Historically, clergy salaries have ranged anywhere from the clergy and laity shared all resources, to where clergy were land-holding nobility. Today the market-driven professional model predominates. This Methodist clergy salary study shows a strong correlation between church size and compensation. Clergy with a multi-point charge are compensated less than clergy with a single-point charge even when the total size of their respective parishes is the same. Examine these and other market-driven findings in At Cross Purposes? Clergy Salaries: Market and Mission by Becky R. McMillan, Associate Director, Pulpit & Pew: Research on Pastoral Leadership Duke Divinity School and Matthew J. Price, Director of Analytical Research The Church Pension Group, Episcopal Church.
Silence is Not An Option
Baptist General Convention of Texas Receives $1 million in Grant Money From the Lilly Foundation
Black Seminarians Council at Fuller Seminary and Fuller studio present “FULLER dialogues on Race”
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