Pastors and Chairpersons of Staff Parish Relations Committees:

Below are links to forms for Pastors and Staff Parish Relations Committees to submit a Clergy Assessment Report. Please scroll down to find your district’s links! The forms are divided by district so that the appropriate district office will receive your submitted documents. If you have any questions, please contact your district office for contact information. Please click the button below to direct you to your district office contact information.

District Offices

The goal of these assessments is to facilitate healthy conversations with pastors, laity, and the District Superintendent about “what is happening or not happening, in the life of your church and what the relationship of the role and work the pastor should be to that work.”

If you are receiving a NEW pastor on July 1, 2018, you do not need to complete the Clergy Self-Assessment Report or the SPRC Clergy Assessment Report. However, clergy new in appointments will still complete and return the Clergy Profile, and the SPRC will complete and return the Congregational Questionnaire.

Please submit these online forms no later than Friday, August 10th.

Please keep in mind the following:

  • Set a date early for the committee to meet in time to complete and return the form by August 10th.
  • Pastors and SPR Committees are to meet together to complete both assessment forms.
  • If your church has more than one clergy, complete a form for each clergyperson.
  • If there is more than one church on the charge, complete a form for each SPRC.

NOTE: The Clergy Assessment reports due on August 10 are about healthy conversations and goals; these assessment forms should not be confused with the Consultation Forms reviewed in December as part of the advisory recommendation to the Bishop and Cabinet concerning the pastor’s appointment for the 2019-2020 conference appointment year.

Please scroll down to your district’s links! If you do not know which district you are in, please contact your district office.