Clergy Coaching

Coaching for clergy helps faith leaders of all denominations to grow both personally and professionally in their leadership skills, as well as providing support to address specific issues.

Specifically, clergy coaching services can help leaders of faith communities:

  • Improve leadership development, decision-making and goal fulfillment skills.
  • Clarify an organization’s vision, mission and purpose through Appreciative Inquiry, a model that engages congregants and leaders in self-determined change.
  • Provide assistance with succession planning and transitions in leadership.
  • Develop strategies to change behavior and/or improve processes.
  • Learn and implement new leadership development or teambuilding skills within the church.
  • Address issues and challenges with church teams, staff or leaders.
  • Understand the organization as an emotional system.
  • Lead a change process that is anxiety producing for congregants.
  • Develop best practices in prevention of child sexual abuse.

Coaching sessions can be either in-person or virtually. For more information about coaching for clergy, contact David Miron, Clergy & Congregation Care Coordinator, at or 717-560-1949.

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Upcoming Programs & Events

2022 Silent Samaritan LuncheonNovember 10

This year’s Silent Samaritan luncheon takes place at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 10, at Calvary Church and will feature keynote speaker Timbrel Chyatee.

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Leading Your Congregation Through ConflictNovember 17 - November 17

A 1 1/2-hour training with Clergy & Congregation Care to help clergy, pastors and congregation members learn how to better navigate conflict and continue advancing the church’s mission.

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ExtraGive – A Community Giving EventNovember 18 - November 18

Samaritan Counseling Center will be participating in this year's 2022 ExtraGive, organized by the Lancaster County Community Foundation.  ExtraGive is an amazing, community-wide celebration of giving…

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