Supply Clergy List
The Rev. Mary Adebonojo – email@example.com 603-868-5318, Durham
The Rev. John T. Adams - firstname.lastname@example.org 603-785-8281, Jaffrey
The Rev. Mary Beale – email@example.com, Northwood
The Rev. Rebecca Blair - firstname.lastname@example.org, Exeter (In January)
The Rev. Charles Blauvelt - email@example.com, 603-540-0086, Manchester
The Rev. William Cruse -firstname.lastname@example.org, (In NH in the summer) Jackson
The Rev. Randy Dales - email@example.com, Wolfeboro
The Rev. David P. DeSalvo - firstname.lastname@example.org, Dover (20 - 30 miles)
The Rev. Betsy Fowle - email@example.com, Hancock
The Rev. Richard Greenleaf – firstname.lastname@example.org, Concord
The Rt. Rev. Don Hart – D.EHart@myfairpoint.net, Peterborough
The Rev. David Holroyd - email@example.com (S. Berwick, ME) 50 miles
The Rev. Louise Howlett - firstname.lastname@example.org, Dublin (second Sunday of the month)
The Rev. Susan Langle - email@example.com, Claremont
The Rev. Dr. Robert Leopold - firstname.lastname@example.org, Elmore, VT. Willing to travel
The Rev. Sue LeSueur – email@example.com, Grantham
The Rev. Audrey Murdock - firstname.lastname@example.org, Exeter
The Rev. Marlyn Neary – email@example.com, Colebrook - St. Stephen’s, St. Paul’s, All Saints – area churches
The Rev. Nancy Packard - firstname.lastname@example.org, Manchester (Not avail. until after June 2019)
The Very Rev. Kenneth Poppe - email@example.com, Newbury, MA
The Rev. Fred Reynolds - 585-797-8849 – firstname.lastname@example.org, Portsmouth, willing to travel up to 60 minutes after July 15.
The Rev. Annie Ryder - email@example.com, Raymond, NH
The Rev. Winnie Skeates - firstname.lastname@example.org, Hancock, NH
The Rev. Linda Spinella - email@example.com, Bow
The Rev. Jane Van Zandt – firstname.lastname@example.org, Chester
The Rev. Kit Wang - email@example.com, York, ME, willing to travel up to 45 minutes
The Rev. Dan Weir - firstname.lastname@example.org, Intervale, NH, willing to travel up to one hour
Recommended compensation for supply clergy:
For three Sunday or holiday services: $250.00
For two Sunday or holiday services: $200.00
Type B: For one Sunday of holiday service: $150.00*
Type A: For one Sunday or holiday service: $125.00*
For one weekday service $100.00
For preaching at a service celebrated by another priest: $75.00
* In addition to the fees suggested, supply clergy should be reimbursed for all related expenses: meals lodging, travels at the current IRS mileage rate, which can be found at www.irs.gov (enter"standard mileage rate" in the search box).
If supply clergy earn $200 or more per month in salary and/or housing from the same congregations for three or more consecutive months, an assessment of 18% (retroactive to the first month) to the Church Pension Fund becomes a required benefit.
Age-retired clergy who earn more than 50% of the median compensation of all active U.S. clergy in a calendar year are subject to an 18% assessment from the employing congregation on any such earnings unless they have an exemption from the Church Pension Fund at the bishop's request. It is important that clergy in such situations be in touch with the Church Pension Fund to assure that all Pension Fund provisions are taken into account.
Ordinarily, no Church Pension Fund assessment is due on earnings of clergy over 65 years of age or those clergy who are on disability retirement through the Church Pension Fund.