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View a recording of the web conference Creating Strong Team Structure that provides steps and tools for developing a strong, committed, and productive team.
Many congregations recognize the Feast of St. Francis by offering some form of blessing of the animals. Here's a collection of resources from across the Episcopal Church.
Trying to describe the Episcopal Church's General Convention? These resources can help...
In November 2011, ECF Vital Practices attended the Office of Black Ministries and Union of Black Episcopalians conference "Transformation and Renewal" in Hendersonville, North Carolina. While there, we had the opportunity to interview nine leaders from across the Episcopal Church about their own ministries and best leadership practices.
Los líderes más efectivos siempre crearon equipos para trabajar y liderar con ellos. Lamentablemente, no siempre creamos equipos efectivos en nuestras congregaciones.
A tool for congregational leaders who are considering hiring a consultant - or professional resource - to assist them in reaching their goals.
This guide is for conducting effective mutual ministry reviews in ones congregation. It was collaboratively developed by the Episcopal Church Foundation, the Episcopal Church Centers Offices for Ministry Development and Deployment and many diocesan representatives.
By John Debeer
Marshall Ganzs Structured Team Resource was used as a basis for the annual mutual ministry review.
The most effective leaders have always created teams to work with and lead with them. Take Moses in the story of Exodus, or Jesus and the apostles in the New Testament, or Martin Luther King Jr. in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Our own ministries could be more rewarding if we intentionally structured better teams in all areas of church life.