Explore Campaign Strategies Below
Find out more about the three goals and nine strategies
The goal of congregational development is supported by strategies to promote a signature outreach for every congregation, take advantage of special opportunities for growth, and plant new churches.
Thomas BarronCoordinator of Community Youth Connections in Darien
We're tutoring 30 kinds a year and then another 30 a year through after school and youth group programs. There aren't many programs like this in the county and certainly none that are free.
Alston WattChair of the Board of Oak Street Mission in Thomasville
This neighborhood needs a lot of love and care. We always understood that in our heads but now we understand it in our hearts. All three churches are really committed to this work and mission.
Deacon Jonathan TuttleRector, St. John's and St. Mark's, Albany
There's a tendency for parishes to be very clergy dependent. I think that's something that the Church Development Institute challenges and moves beyond.
The Rev. Billy AlfordRector, St. Alban's, Augusta
We are an expansive Diocese, and as a priest, it can often times be isolating. The peer coaching relationships enable us to come together and seek insights and lesson learned from each other. This program benefits not only the priest, but their congregations as well. What does it mean for a community to have a confident and self-assured priest? I would argue a lot.
Clergy & Lay Leader Development
The goal of clergy and lay leadership development is supported by strategies to enhance the train congregational leadership in organizational development, train and deploy coaches, and indentify teaching parishes.
Formation of Youth & Young Adult Leadership
The goal of forming youth and young adults leadership is supported by strategies to set up intentional communities, deploy youth missionaries, endow a Canon for Youth and Young Adults.