All baptized members, be they
Clergy in the Diocese of Milwaukee
Maintaining close connections with a clergy community numbering nearly 200 and spread across southern Wisconsin is a primary concern for the bishop. Personal interaction is achieved through frequent clergy days and congregational visits. Communication tools such as the weekly E-News email newsletter, a monthly news bulletin for the clergy, the clergy Facebook group and the bishop’s blog further enhance this sense of shared purpose and identity.
Developing and advancing gifted pastoral leaders is another key priority for the bishop. Among the resources available to clergy are the Church Development Institute, Fresh Start for clergy entering new calls and ministry, and continuing education opportunities.
Clergy in the diocese should also be familiar with and adhere to the Policies and Procedures that protect them and their congregations.
~Bishop Steven Miller, 2010 Convention Address
Important Calendar Dates for Clergy
The Clergy Retreat will be Monday, January 20, through Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at the DeKoven Center. For all the details about the retreat and to register, click here.
Bishop's Visitation Schedule 2019-2020
Bishop's Visitation Guidelines & Forms
Clergy Minimum Compensation for 2019
Clergy Report Form: Non-Parochial
Clergy Report Form: Licensed
Marriage Judgment Application
Marriage Judgment Guidelines
Guidelines for Use of Enriching Our Worship
Supply Clergy List
Clergy Guidelines for Leaving a Congregation