Leadership Labs

Leadership Labs for Support Leaders of Emerging Leaders

What are Leadership Labs?

  • Intentional time together to consider current information and new possibilities
  • Designed for all who support emerging leaders (children, youth, college students, young adults)
  • Discussion based – benefit from one another’s wisdom and experience
  • Will generate ideas you can use in your ministry now and into the future
  • Provide connection and growth
  • Your role, title or pay (or lack of) do not matter – all leaders are welcome
  • No Cost
  • Chose an area one day option or online option

Our 2019 Conversation will include:

  • Empowering Volunteers
  • Discipleship of Families
  • Personal Spiritual Development

Where and When?

Spring 2019 Options – Chose a day option in your area or join us online

  • March 16, 1-5 p.m. – Battle Ground UMC – 201 Tipton St. Battle Ground, IN 47920 – Northwest District
  • March 7 and 21, 7:30-9 p.m. – Online – Log-in information will be available
  • April 13, 1-5 p.m. – Newburgh UMC – 4178 Highway 261, Newburgh, IN  47630 – Southwest District

How Do I participate?

Contact Darlene White at darlene.white@inumc.org or call her at 317.564.3233 to sign-up for a Leadership Lab or express interest in attending.

Please include in your e-mail:

  • Your Name
  • Option of where you would like to participate or online
  • Best Contact Phone Number

We will be in contact with you with further information about joining the Leadership Lab.

 

More Details about Leadership Lab Content – 

Outline of Leadership Lab Conversation

 

1. Empowering Volunteers – Equipping Leaders

-Where to start – educating congregation, culture of call, partnering with Pastor and Lay Leadership

-Intentionality – speaking honestly, knowing your people, investing deeply

-Your leadership – what does it speak to others?

 

2. Discipleship of Families – Leading Parents

-How to make it a priority – we are on the same team

-Build relationships – conversations that matter

-Support and learning opportunities – provide them and join in when available

 

3. Personal Spiritual Development

-Sabbath practices

-Connection with peers

-What works for you?

-What is your calling?