How It Works
CREATE AN ACCOUNT
Approved CTPS and CITAs are allowed access to the website and to create an account.
EDIT YOUR PROFILE
Pastors and churches can log in and update their profiles with information pertaining to their current situation.
Use the search to view other profiles and engage in conversation by using the direct messaging system.
What is a CTP?
ECO has created a distinction between pastors who are serving in a transitional capacity from pastors who have been “Certified” to lead through pastoral transition. ECO’s Synod Office shall only provide support to presbyteries and local churches for placement of Certified Transitional Pastors (CTPs).
View the agreement below for info regarding ECO CTPs.
– What it means to be a CTP
– Process, Cost, and Qualificaions
– CTP Contract Distinctive
What is a CITA?
ECO churches who desire access to the network of CTPs will agree to a number of criteria which are listed in a Church in Transition Agreement, including using ECO’s Certified Transitional Pastor Contract. These churches are known as Churches in a Transitional Agreement (CITA).
View the agreement below for info regarding ECO CITAs.
– What it means to be a CITA
– Expectations of a CITA
– Commitments of a CITA
– CITA Agreement and Responsibilities
Get Started: Churches
1. Review the CITA Agreement. Click the button below to view or download.CITA Agreement
2. Review the ECO Constitution. Click the button below to view or download.ECO Constitution
3. If you agree to the above, please contact us at email@example.com to create your account.
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This website is only available to ECO Pastors and Churches who have been approved.
Please contact us if you have any quesions.