Simplified Structure Training
posted on December 11
The Northwest District is hosting a Simplified Structure Training for those churches currently using this model. Direct Invitations will be sent to these churches by early January.
Please join us on Sunday, January 31 at 2:00PM for a Virtual Simplified Structure Training with Kay Kotan for churches currently using this model for leadership. Kay is a nationally known speaker and leader who has helped many churches to reshape their committee set-up and church structure to streamline administration and make more space for ministry.
The Simplified Structure training will be a deep dive into this model of leadership to help prioritize mission as well as technical shifts to help churches implement the ministries they want to do! This is a great opportunity for each church operating with this simplified leadership structure needs to have a yearly review of this process. Many laity and pastors were trained on this years ago and many aspects of the model have been adapted to what works best. In January, your church will also have new leaders that have never been trained; invite them to join.
The training is on Sunday, January 31st 2:00 – 4:00 PM with a Question & Answer session following till 4:30 PM. This free virtual training is required for each pastor and at least one member of the leadership team, but the whole team is encouraged to attend. If you are not able to make this training, please reach out to your District Superintendent.
Registration Link: https://missouri-reg.brtapp.com/SSTraining
Registration Closes on Tuesday, January 26th.
Kay Kotan’s Bio:
Kay Kotan is a coach and consultant specializing in church revitalization and new faith communities. She is a CoachU and Advanced Coach U Graduate, an accredited coach (Professional Certified Coach – PCC) of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Certified Path 1 Coach, and once served on the faculty at Coaching4Clergy. Kay has authored more than a dozen books on church leadership and transformation. As a passionate lay person, Kotan has served as a director on conference staffs and has been privileged to work with churches, pastors, conferences, districts, and judicatory leaders across the country. She is most proud to be the wife of Bob and the mother of their adult son, Cameron.