Children’s Ministry - Carol Tetzlaff. email@example.com
Church Health - Dr. Dwight Hunt. Interim pastor and coach; consultant and mediator for conflict management; pastoral counselor available to pastors and congregants by referral and private appointment. firstname.lastname@example.org
Who needs an Intentional Interim Pastor? There are many reasons churches need an intentional interim, but three seem to stand out.
First, churches between pastors usually need an interim, especially those whose former pastor served seven years or more. A very important time is that one between permanent pastors because during this period the interim through team building, teaching, preaching, coaching, and leading in the pastor search process can shape growth of the church’s leadership and congregation. This will affect its identity and health for many years to come.
Second, churches that have plateaued or have experienced a decline in attendance for 5 years or more need an interim. Many declining churches run less than 50 people in average attendance. Unfortunately some are even forced to close their doors forever.
Third, healthy churches who are not satisfied with the status quo also have this need. This type of ministry not only helps the sick churches, but it also improves and empowers the healthy ones.
Short Term Missions - Mike Ward. email@example.com
Student Ministries - Jeff Wolfe. firstname.lastname@example.org
Worship / Media Ministries - Chris Berg. Worship Audio Video Technologies, email@example.com; www.avtech.tk. Providing coaching and support for worship teams as well as consultation on the effective development and use of worship technologies.