We have many talented and gifted individuals in the Ohio Mission Region who are willing to serve God by putting those talents and gifts to use. Please search through the list below as you have need for help in any of these areas.
If you would like to offer your service by adding your gifts, talents, knowledge or experience to the list, please email the webmaster at email@example.com.
Supply Pastors or Lay Ministers:
Listed alphabetically here, but repeated on the district pages for better locale details.
|Name||Contact Information||Bio and Availability|
|Pastor Marvin Hilemanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Available for pulpit supply and living in the Dayton area, he has been approved and is now an NALC clergy. His address indicates his sense of humor, not his preaching style ;-)|
|Pastor Doug Jacobs||
1-937-901-9353/ cell # email@example.com
|Pastor Jacobs is available for supply preaching in the Southwest Ohio Mission District. Doug is a retired ELCA pastor and lives in Tipp City, Ohio. He is in full agreement with the theology and Core Values of The NALC and the NALC General Secretary Mark Chavez and Assistant to the Bishop David Wendel are in agreement about having Pastor Jacobs supply in our NALC congregations.|
|Rev. Bruce A. Kramer||937-879-6246
937-657-0319 [cell] firstname.lastname@example.org
(Fairborn, OH area)
Emails are fine, however, IF a more timely response is needed, please follow up with a call / text to 937-657-0319
|Jeff Scott*||419-528-8876||Available for pulpit supply. He is a lay preacher.|
|Dan Reke||Troy, Ohio
|Dan is a seminary student who would like to be helpful to the church by serving as a supply pastor for those in need.|
|Pastor D. Andy Wilson||
Bucyrus, Ohio 44820
|Available for pulpit supply and is willing to drive to serve any of the congregations throughout our Ohio Mission Region. He was ordained in the ELCA in 2008, and became rostered in The NALC in the fall of 2018.|
Ohio Mission Region Pulpit Supply Compensation Guidelines
- approved July 8, 2016
Compensation is based on mileage and number of services.
- The compensation is the same for either clergy or lay and will include both preaching and leading the liturgy. Other negotiated expenses need to be discussed for those who have to spend a night in a hotel or have special situations.
- Mileage: congregations will pay for round-trip mileage at the IRS rate when all services are on the same day
- $135 for one service;
- $75 for a second service;
- $50 for each additional service.
Contacts for church related programs and organizations:
Association of Confessing Lutherans of Ohio: Craig Fourman
Life to Life: Pastor Eric Reisen - email@example.com
PCAT Team: Pastor Amy Little - firstname.lastname@example.org