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VIEW CLERGY TESTIMONIALS

(clergy check umcsc.org email for password)

Resources

Take Confidential
Clergy Needs
Assessment
(Helps us know
what resources
to continue
to build)

HealthFlex
Well-Being Program

EAP, Blueprint for Wellness, Health Check, Health Coaching, Diabetes Prevention, Weight Watchers, and more!

Coaching

Individual | Group | Certified Coaches List

Counseling

Certified Counseling Providers List

Spiritual Direction

Certified Spiritual Directors List

Retreats

Virtual | In-Person

Your Personal Board of Directors

Help direct, guide and assist in your self-care

Education Opportunities

Covenant Groups | Lombard Center | Ormond Center

Resources

Take Confidential Clergy Needs Assessment
(Helps us know what resources to continue to build)

HealthFlex Well-Being Program

EAP, Blueprint for Wellness, Health Check, Health Coaching, Diabetes Prevention, Weight Watchers, and more!

Coaching

Individual | Group | Certified Coaches List

Retreats

Virtual | In-Person

Education Opportunities

Covenant Groups | Lombard Center | Ormond Center

Spiritual Direction

Certified Spiritual Directors List

Counseling

Certified Counseling Providers List

Your Personal Board of Directors

Helps direct, guide, assist in your self-care

This Clergy Care ministry is designed to help clergy in the South Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church access resources and opportunities for support and personal growth. Clergy Care is not a substitute for or a segue to administrative requirements and procedures under The Book of Discipline. The creation of a brave space is important to this ministry. However, if you are expressing or exhibiting suicidal cues, including but not limited to those listed below, it is our obligation out of care for you to report these cues in an attempt to get you the professional help you need.

Talking about:

  • Wanting to die
  • Great guilt or shame
  • Being a burden to others

Feeling:

  • Empty, hopeless or trapped
  • Extremely sad
  • More anxious or agitated
  • Unbearable emotional or physical pain

Changing behavior:

  • Making a plan or researching self-harm
  • Withdrawing from friends
  • Saying goodbye
  • Giving away possessions
  • Making a will
  • Taking dangerous risks
  • Displaying extreme mood swings
  • Eating or sleeping more or less
  • Using drugs or alcohol more often