filtered by Change, Clergy Transition
This assessment can be used in a variety of transition situations to support lay and clergy leaders during a time of transition
A resource to help understand the difference between change and transition – one is an event and the other is a process.
By Anne Ditzler
By Steve Ayers
By d'Rue Hazel
This one hour webinar is designed to provide practical tips and concepts to consider during a search for new clergy leadership.
By Dorothy "d'Rue" Massey Hazel
The feelings of grief and loss that may accompany a clergy transition may also heighten levels of anxiety and stress. In “Expectations Matter: Choose Faith,” Dorothy “d’Rue” Hazel advocates for working through these feelings, offering strategies to help leaders focus on the new opportunities, the new life that awaits.
By Susan Elliott
For some congregations, transition means giving up the familiar structure of full-time clergy as well as their understanding of the way authority and tasks are distributed. Susan Elliott’s “From Challenge to Opportunity” shares the wisdom and experience of congregational and diocesan leaders who have made this change.
By Sandy Kolb
Leading in times of change, particularly a change in clergy leadership, presents special challenges. This two-part series is aimed at vestry members and other congregational leaders who are currently or will soon be leading their congregation through a clergy transition.
By Sandra Montes
Sandra Montes comparte la experiencia de la jubilación de su padre y cómo trabajar con Church Pension Group hizo que el proceso fuera mucho más fácil.
By Victor Conrado and Louisa McKellaston
While transitions are disruptive, they can also be times of increased energy, activity and even evangelism. In No Time to Hibernate, Victor Conrado and Louisa McKellaston share ideas for developing your church while making the most of a transition period.