Are you a clergywoman wondering which hat she will be wearing next? Whether you are the head of staff or a solo pastor, trying to find a balance in bi-vocational ministry or negotiating the needs of a multi-point charge, serving as an intentional interim or working in a specialized ministry, even striving to serve dual vocations as parent or partner and priest or pastor, coaching can help you become a more effective leader without sacrificing your full self.
Coaching creates space to consider what most requires attention, where you want more from or for yourself, and how you can reach your vocational and personal goals.
I am a trained leadership coach, and my calling is to help clergywomen thrive in all kinds of ministry settings.
To schedule a first appointment at no charge, email me: email@example.com.
In fifteen years of ordained ministry in the United Church of Christ, I have served churches of diverse size and situation as both a settled and intentional interim pastor. As a workshop leader, I help pastors approach administration as a spiritual practice. I’m an enthusiastic student of the Enneagram (I am a 2) and conversant with Myers-Briggs. I have completed 70 hours of training through the International Coach Federation-accredited coach training program at Auburn Seminary and mentor coaching with Chris Holmes of Holmes Coaching Group, as well as meeting the credentialing requirement for 100 training hours to become a fully-accredited Associate Certified Coach and am a member of the International Coach Federation.