Who are IOTA’s Co-Laborers?
IOTA Co-Laborers are organizations working in the vineyard with IOTA (1 Cor. 3), seeking to serve as instruments of church renewal. IOTA created the Co-Laborer membership for nonprofit or equivalent organizations, including seminaries, in order to showcase their worthy endeavors at conferences, further their good work, and allow them a venue for cooperation and fruitful discourse among themselves.
Becoming an IOTA Co-Laborer
If your organization is interested in becoming an IOTA Co-Laborer, contact the IOTA Secretary: [email protected]. The fee for Co-Laborer Organizations is $325 in advance of each four-year IOTA mega-conference.
Benefits of Co-Laborer membership include:
- Participation in our IOTA Co-laborers Session at each mega-conference;
- The ability to organize one 60-90 minute paper session at a mega-conference, subject to the approval of the IOTA Board;
- The permission to distribute and display materials about the mission and initiatives of the Co-Laborer organization at IOTA conferences; and
- Gratitude from IOTA for cooperation in our work.
IOTA appreciates its 2019 Co-Laborers:
- Eagle River Institute
- Huffington Ecumenical Institute, Loyola Marymount University
- Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology, and Religion (OCAMPR)
- Orthodox Christian Laity
- Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC)
- Orthodox Christian Studies Center, Fordham University
- Orthodox Theological Society in America (OTSA)
- Sankt Ignatios College, Stockholm School of Theology
- St. Phoebe Center for the Deaconess
- St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Seminary
- St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
- Volos Academy for Theological Studies