All completed forms can be sent to the Director of Ministry Formation by mail, fax, or e-mail. Students in the MACL program (Master of Arts in Christian Leadership) should submit these forms to the Director of the MACL program.
Methods for Form Submission:
GCTS-Charlotte 14542 Choate Circle, Charlotte, NC 28273
Fax: 704.527.8577
Director of Ministry Formation:  Send Email
Director of MACL Program:  Send Email
 

Mentored Ministry Manual

The manual provides a complete overview of the mentoring component in the Master of Divinity degree (M.Div.) and Masters of Arts in Christian Leadership (MA-CL). In this manual you will find all the resources needed to complete this important aspect of preparation for ministry.

Mentored Ministry Manual (2010 Edition)

 

Forms

Upon the approval of the Mentored Ministry Learning Covenant, Students will receive a course number for the particular rotation. Using this course number, student must complete the registration form and submit it to the Director of Ministry Formation. This form must be submitted in order for any rotation to be properly registered.
This form should be completed by the proposed mentor and submitted to the Director of Ministry Formation when the student wishes to nominate a prospective mentor. Upon receipt, the Director will review the form and initiate an appointment to discuss the program with the student and mentor.
This form summarizes and formalizes the basic agreement and expectations between students and mentors. It should be submitted after the initial appointment with the Director of Ministry Formation.
This formative evaluation report should be completed by the mentor and submitted to the Director of Ministry Formation twice annually at the end of the Spring (May) and Fall (December) semesters.
This form provides the mentored Ministry requirements for students beginning MDIV and MACL degree programs on and after January 1, 2010.
On occasion, someone else besides a chosen mentor will provide oversight and supervision for a particular rotation. This form should be completed by the rotation supervisor and submitted by the student with his or her rotation learning covenant to the Director of Ministry Formation.
This form should be signed by both the student and mentor/supervisor and submitted with a completed Mentored Ministry Rotation Learning Covenant.
This form provides a template to guide the student and mentor/supervisor in developing an educational plan for a specific rotation. The student should use this form to create a separate document that should be submitted to the Director of Ministry Formation before registering for a particular rotation. Upon receipt of this document, the Director will evaluate the learning plan and suggest any needed changes before approving the proposed rotation.
Upon completion of a particular rotation, both student and mentor/supervisor must sign off on the finished work using this form. It should be submitted with the mentor/supervisor’s Evaluation of Rotation form (see below) and the Student’s Rotation Report (see below).  A student will only receive credit for a rotation when all three forms are submitted.
Upon the completion of a particular rotation, the mentor/supervisor should complete this form and schedule a time to discuss this evaluation with the student. After the final supervisory meeting, this form should be submitted to the Director of Ministry Formation.
At the completion of a particular rotation, the student should complete a report along the guidelines indicated in this form. In addition to this report, any additional outcomes from the rotation such as written products, pictures, video, etc. can be submitted to the Director of Ministry Formation to be included in the student’s Mentored Ministry file.  A student will only receive credit for a completed rotation when the mentor’s Evaluation of Rotation form, the student report, and the Evaluation Cover Sheet are submitted.
The final requirement for the Master of Divinity program’s mentoring process is a special forum conducted by the student. This form provides the attending faculty member a guideline for evaluation of the event. In addition, the form can be used by the student to prepare for the event by noting what aspects of the program will be evaluated.