A core principle at St. John’s is to be a community of disciples who make disciples for Christ.
Our disciple-making process takes seriously the shaping of servant-leaders for the sake of the community and church. Through training, mentoring, and cohort groups, we’re helping disciples claim their God-given giftedness and discern their role as a leader in God’s kingdom.
This ministry is currently on-hold until in-person ministries resume.
Our approach to shaping servant-leaders includes two different training workshops, an opportunity to be mentored by a trained mentor, and the invitation into a months-long cohort.
Our cohort ministry is designed especially for young leaders and for those who are eager to enter into an intensive process of leadership development.
All of our training begins with the Six-Style Survey, a short survey that gives you a glimpse into your style of leadership. It’s the perfect jumping off point for learning about for further training.
Jesus poured himself into his disciples as mentor, teacher, and friend. As disciples, we are invited to do the same.
That’s the basis of our mentoring ministry: learning from other leaders (being mentored) and pouring ourselves into others who are learning the art of leadership (mentoring). Our mentoring ministry happens in small groups and in one-on-one engagement, depending on your level of interest.
An 8-month Young Leaders Cohort that includes four months of weekly gatherings and two retreats.
You'll also receive an invitation into a four month mentoring relationship with a vocational mentor.