Intentional Interim Ministry Phase One
The NALIP (National Association of Lutheran Interim Pastors) Basic Education curriculum is designed for clergy and lay professionals to introduce participants to the practice of intentional interim ministry. Although focusing on Lutheran theology and polity, the event is open to all lay leaders and clergy desiring and/or called to this special ministry in congregations during a pastoral transition. It is also helpful for those who would serve as interim principals in Christian day schools. This course is designed in three phases (Planting, Cultivating, and Harvesting) covering a period of about six months. The first and third phases are in-residence, beginning at noon on Monday and concluding at noon on Friday with a total of at least 60 contact hours. Learn more about NALIP-sponsored educational opportunities and education events at www.nalip.net.
Date: April 1-5, 2019
Check-in begins at noon Monday and concludes at noon Friday