2023 Pastoral Study Project Grant
Are you a pastoral leader pondering deep questions of Christian life, or challenges and opportunities facing the church and contemporary …
May 1, 2022
Are you a pastoral leader pondering deep questions of Christian life, or challenges and opportunities facing the church and contemporary society? Do you wish you had time and resources to tackle these questions?
The Louisville Institute is now accepting applications for the 2023 Pastoral Study Project (PSP) grant program, which provides pastoral leaders grants up to $15,000 to support projects around questions like these. Projects can independent or collaborative studies of Christian life, religious practices and institutions, or significant issues for the church, our communities, and the wider world.
Are you eligible to apply? Eligible candidates have received theological education, training, and/or mentoring to be Christian leaders, and work in diverse ministry contexts in the United States and Canada. PSP Grants have been awarded to a variety of Christian leaders, including:
- Church and Denominational Staff
- Men and Women Religious
- Members of Monastic Communities
- Non-Profit and Parachurch staff
- Pastoral Counselors
- Artists and Musicians
- Independent Researchers and Writers
- Ordained Ministers not currently employed by a religious organization
- Others regularly working in recognized positions of pastoral leadership
For the 2023 grant cycle, PSP projects take place between January 1, 2023, and June 30, 2024.
For complete eligibility and application information, visit our website. Be sure to download the 2023 PSP Application Guide that contains the details you need. Read this document carefully as you prepare your proposal.
AUGUST 1, 2022 *NEW DATE*
UP TO $15,000
JANUARY 1, 2023 – JUNE 30, 2024 (UP TO 18 MONTHS)