Grants are a great way to finance ministry projects, both personal and communal. Check out the opportunities below:
Other grant opportunities
Rural Organizing Fellowship: intended for rural folks between the ages of 16 and 30 years old who are eager to organize and make change in their small town, rural, or frontier community.
Lilly Endowment: funds significant programs throughout the United States, especially in the field of religion.
The Vision & Call Internship program gives interns the opportunity to consider their vocational direction while gaining meaningful work experience in a nonprofit setting. Grants help faith-based organizations across the Pacific Northwest develop ministry internship programs for young adults, typically traditional-aged college students and recent graduates.
For study and research: Pastoral Study Project grants
For financial support of sabbaticals of rest and renewal: Lilly Endowment Clergy Renewal Programs.
For projects focused on personal reflection or discernment: Reflective Leadership Grant from Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School.