Get Started

We want to enable you to do ministry that meets a need you see in your local community and uses your gifts and abilities.

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Steps for starting your ministry

Don’t go it alone. Start your ministry with InFaith or bring your existing ministry to InFaith. This is what the process looks like:

step one

Get Started!

Initial Questionnaire

Find out if InFaith is a good fit for you and your ministry.

step two

Application & Interviews

Let’s Talk!

A calendar link will be sent for scheduling our initial phone call. This will give us a chance to learn more about your ministry ideas and answer any questions you have.

Formally Apply

If the fit between you and InFaith is good, you'll be invited to submit an application and provide us with more details about yourself and your heart for ministry.

Get to Know Each Other

Following your application submission you will begin the process of meeting with our staff via phone or video sessions.

step three

Candidacy & Training

You’re Accepted!

Congratulations! After successfully completing the interviews and having your application accepted, you are now a candidate and can build your base, fundraise, and get the word out!

Get Trained!

You're invited to the Home Office for 4 days of training in our School of Ministry along with other candidates to help equip you in your journey of raising up partners and becoming an InFaith ministry.

InFaith Field Staff!

After completing your candidacy you are then recognized as an official Field Staffer! You’ll be assigned to a Field Director who will care for you as you serve in your Full- or Part-Time role with InFaith.

This is why people join InFaith

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About Infaith

We want to be a part of God's change in others even as God is constantly changing us. We try to find the dark places in our local communities and see where Jesus needs to shine by calling people to conversion and discipling them in their walk of faith.