Clergy Ethics, Boundaries, and Misconduct
All ministers, ordained or commissioned, in the Kansas region are required to adhere to the clergy ethics set forth in the documents below.
For ministers to have standing with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Kansas, whether ordained or licensed, they are required to have completed a “Boundaries Training” seminar at least once every three (3) years. See events page for options.
Theological Foundations Policy Criteria
CCK Supplemental TFPCOM
Regional Clergy Misconduct Policy
Standing and Credentialing
Clergy wanting to be officially recognized by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Kansas and supported as commissioned or ordained ministers start that process by visiting with a member of the Regional Minister Team.
Standing is a privilege reserved for those clergy willing to prepare well, to maintain high standards of professionalism, and to take an active role in expanding the reach and positive impact of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Forms and information about applying for standing are currently managed through the Clergy Care Office in Great Bend.
Annual Standing Form
Open Churches & the Search Process
The Kansas Region adheres to the Search & Call process established by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada. Anyone wishing to be considered as a candidate for a position in one of our congregations seeking ministerial leadership must first complete the ministerial profile provided by the Office of Search & Call at Disciples Home Missions and complete the background check available through that same department of Disciples Home Missions.
Handbooks and Guidelines
Ethics for Congregations
Pastoral Relations Guidelines
Worship, Spirituality & Faith Formation
Spiritual Formation and Wellness Resources
The Liturgical Season
2019 Kansas Giving Form
Disciples Mission Fund is the common fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Disciples Mission Fund supports 72 ministries of wholeness as close as your local congregation and reaching around the globe. As a Global Mission church, we understand that equipping congregations for mission includes learning from, learning with and offering support to our partners beyond the borders of the United States and Canada.
Center for Faith and Giving provides educational materials and serves as a conduit to other related resources that teach stewardship as a spiritual discipline.
We understand that stewardship is about more than money. It is about the faithful management of all of the resources and gifts that come into our lives, including, but not limited to the care for the earth; the observance of Sabbath; care for ourselves; care for the Gospel; and the care for our material goods and possessions.
Leadership Training Opportunitues
See our events page to search for upcoming workshops and events.