Our small body of churches is working together to train pastors and to produce resources that are helpful to us and, we hope, to other churches. Here are the main ones:
Clearnote Pastors College is a small training institute for pastors based out of Clearnote Church (Bloomington, IN). Our philosophy is that men are best trained for ministry when they're trained in the context of a local church. At CNPC, great attention is given not only to academic rigor, but to the character and gifting of each individual student. To find out more, click here.
Clearnote Press is our outlet for the teaching ministries of our churches. Together we produce The Warhorn, a quarterly magazine delivered to your door free of charge, and we're working on a couple lines of books, audiobooks, and curriculum that we hope you'll find useful.
Clearnote Songbook is the beginnings of a psalter, hymnal, and liturgical aid for our churches and others like us who want to see the reform of Protestant worship in the English speaking world. Find out more at clearnotesongbook.com/.
Each February Clearnote Church (Bloomington, IN) hosts a pastors conference sponsored by Clearnote Fellowship and designed to strengthen pastors, elders, and church officers to be faithful in their work as shepherds. And every summer Clearnote Church hosts a conference directed at issues that we think need to be addressed in the body of Christ at large. To find out more about our conference and to listen to audio from previous conferences, click here.
Clearnote Campus Fellowship is a ministry of Clearnote Church (Bloomington) to students at Indiana University. Like many campus ministries, CNCF has large group meetings every week, complete with preaching and worship. Like many campus ministries, CNCF has bible studies for undergraduates, grad students, and international students. And like many campus ministries, CNCF has retreats and mission trips. However, CNCF is not like most campus ministries, because it works hard to get students plugged in to the local church where they can serve and be served by the body of Christ.