Retirement is an exciting life stage. You have the freedom to build a new network of friends, follow your passion, and live wherever you want. It all sounds exciting; however, for many clergy it can be challenging. Learn about resources available to make your transition easier.
Did you know most retirees move twice in retirement? The first move is to your dream retirement home, the second to be closer to family or to a caregiver. Learn about what you should consider as you choose where to live.
You are a Priest Forever in the line of Melchidezek, Hebrews 7:17. Even though you are retired you still have a call to ministry. How will you respond to this throughout your retirement? How do you set and reach your retirement goals? How do those goals relate to your vocation?
Spouses and Partners
The “One” …who must be obeyed.
We hope you see the humor in our introduction for this section and recognize we are referring to your spouse or life partner. In retirement both of your lives have changed. It’s an adjustment for you and your family, and one of the joys and challenges in retirement is having the time to nurture these relationships.