Who We Are
Our team of volunteer Congregational Coaches can help your congregation or regional ministry to rediscover:
Who you are
Where you are going
How to get there
We are available to support congregations, ministries, and committees in the Anglican Diocese of Huron (Ontario, Canada) to refocus, revitalize and re-energize.
A spiritually regenerated church
To coach your congregation, ministry, or committee to a deeper experience of vocation and mission in your life in Christ
How We Work
The Huron Congregational Coaches team is made up of lay and clergy volunteers who bring passion, vision, and skill to the ministry of coaching. We build on what is already life-giving in your midst. We come by the invitation of the congregation, regional ministry, or committee. While the bishop or archdeacons may suggest our services, it is your decision to work with a coach. Our services are free to churches (although coaches will accept an honorarium) and organizations within the Diocese of Huron. A coach or a team of coaches can work with your congregation or ministry to:
- Help you discover your shared values, identity, and vision
- Prepare the ground for a healthy, growing church
- Discern your congregation’s, ministry’s, or committee’s gifts
- Equip you to carry out, sustain, and celebrate your unique purpose in Christ
Read more details on the approaches we use by clicking the toolkit icon above.
The process of arranging for a coach to work with you starts with a phone call. Click the phone icon for contacts.
The Congregational Coaches team includes lay and clergy volunteers with a variety of skills and styles. Click the icon below to read our autobiographies.
Click this owl icon to find out what others in Huron say about their experience with coaches.
Our blog postings could give you a greater feel for the work of the Congregational Coaches. Click the keyboard icon to go to this site’s blog.
Do you think you might have the skills to work as a member of Huron’s Congregational Coaches team? Click the phone icon to reach contact people to begin the process of discernment.