Serving Those Who Serve.
The Foundation of the Great Lakes Conference of the Churches of God, General Conference was created more than two decades ago to initiate and enhance ministry throughout the regional conference. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) grant-making organization that funds projects, programs or other potential ministries. It stewards long-term financial resources in support of local congregations’ outreach and disciple-making efforts. As a result of its work, The Foundation longs to see churches empowered to answer God’s call, enlarging and strengthening the body of Christ within the Great Lakes Conference both now and for generations to come. The Foundation serves those who serve.
GUIDELINES FOR GRANT SEEKERS
Guidelines for Grant Seekers is provided to assist you when submitting a grant request. It supplies information and details about the purpose and operational policies of The Foundation and the factors that influence the Board’s decisions in awarding grants. Prepare your grant request with these guidelines in mind, enabling you to present your ideas in a clear and compelling way.
PRELIMINARY GRANT REQUEST FORM
Every grant request will be carefully reviewed and processed. The Foundation will act on each Preliminary Grant Request and on each Formal Application. It is our desire to serve you faithfully in behalf of the Great Lakes Conference.
Great Lakes Conference
Consisting of 39 churches in Ohio and Michigan, the Great Lakes Conference is working and serving in local communities to bring the love of God to all. The GLC is united in a cooperative ministry to win people to Christ and to build them up in the faith.
Churches of god general conference
Our highest values and commitments are the same today as they were in the beginning: to passionately follow the Lord Jesus Christ and His Holy Word. We have been rescued, redeemed and transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and seek to demonstrate and proclaim that Gospel to every man, woman and child to whom we are sent.
WINEBRENNER Theological Seminary
Winebrenner Theological Seminary was established in 1942 as a graduate school of divinity of Findlay College (renamed The University of Findlay in 1989). In 1961, Winebrenner received its charter from the State of Ohio, to become an independent, degree-granting institution.
The UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY
The University of Findlay’s mission is “to equip students with meaningful lives and productive careers.” It nurtures each student’s potential through academic excellence, transformative experiences and a supportive community that is grounded in Christian faith.