The Diocese of New Jersey has established a Reparations Task Force to study how we as a diocese may address the original sins of racism and slavery. New Jersey was
General Coaching Assistance
Using proven approaches and techniques, particularly around effective listening, redirecting and reflection, coaches help teams in churches to do the following:
1. Establish compelling goals – what does God want you to achieve?
2. Determine simple and achievable next steps – what does God want you to do now?
3. Offer useful resources from a variety of places – what is God providing for your work?
4. Recognize and celebrate progress – what has God been doing in your work together?
5. Grow spiritually, individually and as a team – how is God moving in your lives?
Growth Coaching Specialization
In addition to effective coaching skills, diocesan growth coaches engage a continuous learning process in the specialized areas of church growth. These include:
1. Christian disciple-making
2. Adaptive leadership
3. The Missional Church
4. Evangelism authentic to the Episcopal Church
– Personal commitment to being a disciple of Jesus Christ in the Episcopal Church tradition, especially the key spiritual practices that support that work
– Passion for bringing “those who do not know Jesus to the knowledge and love of him.”BCP 101
– Enthusiasm for face-to-face work with congregations – the fun of “coming alongside”
Duties and Responsibilities
– Attendance at annual weekend training retreats, monthly coaching network gatherings
– Monthly coaching “triads,” where coaches receive coaching from
– Assigned reading
– Attendance at three to four program plenary sessions (Fall, Winter, Spring) (Way of St.
– Paul team coaches only)
– Monthly 90-min coaching sessions with teams