This page is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive collection of resources specifically designed to help clergy navigate the processes of licensing, administrative needs, applications/forms, etc. If you have a need for a resource that you are unable to find here, please email us, so we may post it immediately. NOTE: When using fillable forms, please download the form to your local computer, complete it, and submit it via email attachment to OFLD@MCCChurch.net. For help using Digital Signatures in Adobe, click here.
(Click Here to Access Interim & Transitional Ministry Forms)
How to become clergy, requirements for the vocation, and helpful updates about the clergy process in MCC can be found in this comprehensive manual. Please note the various protocols for the United Kingdom and Latin America.
Clergy Manual with All Appendices (all Protocols)
Clergy Manual in Spanish with Iberoamerican Protocol
ICM Manual del Clero con Protocolo Iberoamericano
Clergy Manual in Portuguese with Iberoamerican Protocol
ICM Manual do Clero
US & Canada Protocol
* The Clergy Manual pertains to ALL Clergy in MCC Worldwide. Anything that is specific to a particular protocol can be found in the appropriate protocol listed here. The Clergy Manual Contains all information Relevant to Seeking Ordination in MCC.
NOTE: When using fillable forms, please download the form to your local computer, complete it, and submit it via email attachment to OFLD@MCCChurch.net.
Australasia Specific Forms
The year of supervised ministry or ‘internship’ is key to the preparation of our professional leaders in MCC. The Office of Formation and Leadership Development will work with local church pastors and the Regional Elder to place a person who is ‘In Care’ in an internship that is appropriate for their vocational calling and their previous MCC experience. The success of the internship year is largely dependent on the training and ability of the supervising clergy. This manual contains important information about creating a learning covenant with the intern, ways to conduct weekly supervisor meetings and how to create and engage a lay internship committee in the local church. The Office of Formation and Leadership Development is committed to offering training for supervising clergy either at regional and general conferences or via the internet. This manual forms the basis of that training.
Supervising Clergy Manual – Download Here
The following are forms utilized for a variety of needs as a member of MCC clergy.