The newest edition of Board Connections, the Board of Pensions newsletter, is now available. Board Connections highlights recent Board news, important updates, and information and replaces many of the emails you previously received from the Board. In this month's edition, you'll find:

  • a Christmas video message from our President, Frank Spencer
  • an article about the decades-long effort to restore pension benefits to Cuban church workers
  • news on the clergy housing exemption, the Christmas Joy Offering, Call to Health, the new Roth option for the Retirement Savings Plan, and Your Healthcare Benefits in Brief 2015


 Read the December Board Connections to find all this and more! 

Thank you for your support regarding the hiring of a development officer for Living Waters for the World.  After a decade of rapid growth, the LWW board and I believe this is a key strategic step in the continued expansion and effectiveness of this important ministry of our synod.

I ask for your assistance in publicizing this opportunity in your presbyteries, reaching out through your networks so that ideal candidates may be found.  The job description may be accessed here:


Candidates may indicate their interest by sending an email to, along with a resume, CV or other statement of qualification. In addition, the opportunity has been posted on the denomination’s CLC system:

Blessings this holiday season,


Steve Young

Executive Director

Living Waters for the World



Executive Director sought for Interfaith Paths to Peace​

Current IPP Executive Director, Terry Taylor,
​ has announced that he will retire in the spring of 2015.

​IPP plans to have a new Executive Director in place by March 1, 2015.

The search for the next Executive Director is being handled by Bullock Consulting. Please direct all questions and other inquires to Bullock Consulting to the email or postal address below.

1. Your resume and 

​2. A letter detailing your qualifications and explaining why you are interested in the position. 


Via email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Or via postal service to:

Kirsten Bullock

800 E. Main Street

New Albany, Indian​a​


his position contributes to the growth and development of the organization through the development of people, program and the management of resources. The Responsibility of the position is to achieve the purpose of the organization as reflected tin eh mission and vision statemetned adopted by the board. This includes overall leadership (in accordance with policies set by IPP's Board) and management of the organization, fundraising, relationship building, creation of materials to support the mission and supervising a staff member.
The ideal applicant will:
 be committed to fulfilling the mission and vision of IPP;
Have strong verbal and writing skills;
Be a community connector/collaborator;
Have significant fundraising experience and;
Have experience in successfully dealing with conflict situations​
​A bachelor's degree is required 
with an advanced degree preferred. 
For more details please request from Bullock Consulting the full job description.
IPP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Females, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.