As a grassroots organization, Ministry Mentors asks congregational pastors and area denominational
leaders to nominate colleagues that they believe have excelled in parish ministry and have potential
mentoring gifts to become Ministry Mentors Leaders and Mentors.
Initially, each Mentor will be asked to mentor two pastors. Since the Mentors are serving congregations, mentoring two pastors seems to be a reasonable initial expectation.
Modeling the mentoring role, Leaders will be available to Mentors in the Mentors’ own parish ministry as well as oversee the Mentors role of serving other clergy. Leaders will schedule monthly opportunities for clusters of Mentors to gather for ongoing training, sharing insights, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and supervision.
The Mentors will commit to an average of four hours per month, including mentoring, training, and monthly cluster meetings. Leaders will commit to an average of eight hours per week, including mentoring, overseeing Mentors, training, Leaders meetings, monthly cluster meetings, and contacts with the president of Ministry Mentors.
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