July 31, 2020

Learning Event: Leading in Times of Change

In times of upheaval, church leadership really matters. 

Because leading change is critical for churches during this turbulent season, the Reformed Church in America is offering a Leading in Times of Change Workshop on August 15, 2020, from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (ET).

This online workshop is for churches that want to navigate change effectively and gracefully.

This workshop will give you a roadmap to navigate the tumultuous landscape of leading congregational change, including insights and lessons learned from practitioners who have done the following:

  • Shifted from insider-focused ministry to outsider-focused mission.
  • Repurposed programs, committees, and activities that didn’t support their mission.
  • Retooled the governance structure and moved toward a staff-led model.
  • Restarted a dying church of 80 people into a thriving church of more than 1,000 people in 10 years.

The workshop is a three-hour video call, during which you’ll be able to ask questions.

Following the workshop, each church will have a one-on-one video call with a consultant to help develop a personalized strategy for implementing what you’ve learned in your church.

Whether you’re a pastor, church staff member, consistory member, elder, or deacon, this workshop will help your congregation succeed in mission and to enable your church staff to succeed in leadership.

Registration is now open through August 12, 2020.

Group Registration:

Now – August 4 = $49.00 USD for three people

August 5 – August 12 = $59.00 USD for three people


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