Calvary Ministerial Fellowship (CMF)
Overview & Involvement
Mission Statement: Calvary Ministerial Fellowship is an association of Ministers that foster relationships of connection, counsel and caring as we co-labor for Christ.
We believe in strong, self-governing local churches and ministries who partner with each other for the growth and edification of the body of Christ. While respectful of other ecclesiastical structures, we are a covenant relationship that offers flexibility and freedom.
What we do: We connect, credential, counsel, care and co-labor
For the guarding of our character
For the gearing of the church
For the glory of Christ
WE CREDENTIAL in two ways:
License Minister: The first level of credential for those actively involved in ministry of teaching and preaching while pursuing educational qualifications. They would be on track for ordination at a future date.
Ordained Minister: A fully recognized minister of the gospel able to preach, teach, administer and perform the functions of sacrament and ministry. Would require educational qualification and experience in ministry.
~ 3 Levels of Involvement ~
ASSOCIATION – Pastors and Ministers who desire relationship and fellowship,
without the covering or accountability from within this organization.
* This would place you on the mailing list with invitations to all events.
MEMBERSHIP – Pastor or Minister who desires personal covering and
ordination/licensing from this organization.
* Yearly renewal of ministerial credentials.
* Notification and Invitation to all events.
* Access to future web site for shared resources.
* $ 5/month or $50 annual fee to cover costs.
CHURCH AFFILIATION – Church/Ministry that would desire covering and
accountability. This would be provided for the pastor and the church.
* $10/month or $100 annual fee covers cost for all pastors and
ministers within the congregation.
* All benefits as stated above.
* Ministry is brought under the covering of CCIWC and change is
reflected in by-laws.
Click below to download your CMF application and CMF Theological Position Paper Information