Intentional Interim Ministry (Phase I)
OCTOBER 12 -16, 2020
The Lutheran Transitional Ministry Association (LuTMA, formerly NALIP) 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 or called to this special ministry in congregations during a pastoral transition.
The three phases
The second residential week (exact dates and location TBD), in which through a group process you will share one of your critical incident reports, review material learned in Phase I, and learn more about the dynamics of congregations in pastoral transition, and your leadership skills and needs. You will also discuss the biblical and theological connections in this special ministry as specifically related to the Lutheran church.
Tracing God’s Movement in Our Lives and Neighborhoods
Learn by Doing: Using Action Learning to Discover God’s Leading
Sharing Our Learning: Intentional Reflections on Our Actions
Begins 1 p.m. Oct. 12; ends noon Oct. 16;
Evening sessions until 8:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 8:30 a.m. class start time Tuesday-Friday
To be determined
Transportation and Directions
Transportation is not included in the registration fee. Find directions and a campus map here.
Lodging is not included in the registration fee. You’ll find a list of hotels and information regarding campus housing through this link.