Wedmesday, Oct. 18 8:30-11:00 am (Bkfst at 8:00)


Thursday, Oct. 19 6:00- 8:30 pm (Dinner at 5:30)

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The Spiritual Center @ St. Thomas Episcopal Church 
301 St. Thomas Rd.
Lancaster, PA 17601

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David Miron 
Samaritan Counseling Center 

 Sponsor of this Leadership Event


Leading Through Questions: Equipping and Empowering Your Congregation 

In this very practical workshop, participants:   

  • Will practice necessary skills
  • Observe a spontaneous coaching session
  • Practice deep listening
  • Practice asking questions that help the other to think new thoughts

Take Aways

Participants will leave with a copy of the book "Ministry 3.0: How Today's Church Leaders are Using Coaching to Transform Ministry" as well as practical guidance and experience in using a coaching approach to equip and empower congregants for ministry inside and outside the congregation.

Bring A Team

Congregation/organization leaders are strongly encouraged to attend this series with their leadership team or others from their organization.  


.25 CEU credits ($10.00) courtesy of Eastern Mennonite University and a Certificate of Attendance are available.

Register now or scroll down for more information. (NOTE: Registration includes light breakfast or dinner).

Cohort Opportunity

Participants will have the opportunity to sign up for a 6 month cohort experience in developing coaching skills led by Sherill Hostetter, CCC consultant and certified coach.


Rev. Jennifer Williams serves as executive pastor of CrossPoint Church, a United Methodist Community.  She and her husband, Warren Bevacqua, also a United Methodist minister, graduated from Duke Divinity School and were ordained elders together.  Jennifer has a background in social justice and a degree in political science from Temple University in Philadelphia. 

She received her coaching training through Coaching4Clergy and is working toward her certification as a Professional Certified Coach from the International Coaching Federation.  She has integrated a coaching approach into all aspects of her ministry – preaching, leading Bible studies, supervision of staff, dealing with conflictual issues, etc.