Welcome to Peer Learning
Peer Learning Courses to Support our Ministry Partners
This cohort is designed toward creating greater health in congregations who are receiving newcomers from disaffiliating churches. The cohort community will have input in the curriculum so that we cover most helpful topics.
Peer learning experience at the intersection of Amanda Ripley's framework of healthy conflict and Branson's approach to collaborative Appreciative Inquiry to build fruitful collaborative leadership after a crisis like the pandemic or schism.
This peer learning experience helps clergy and/or lay leaders renew the practices of discipleship in the church so that God can rebuild the body of Christ and restore it's fruitfulness.
Practicing healthy boundaries can help create room in our lives for hearing God's voice and experiencing God's co-creative work. In this cohort, we will explore boundaries as a means for co-creation, using reflection and mutual sharing of ideas.
Do you struggle to stay focused and on track as you prepare for Sunday sermons? Are you tired of fighting distractions and trying to fit sermon work into the margins of your week? We meet on 3/7, 3/14, 4/11, and 4/25 @ 9am EST.
Clergy are called to lead God’s people in diverse contexts with unique decisions. In this peer learning cohort we will explore the role of spiritual discernment in decision making and learn new decision-making skills for our ministry toolbox.