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Transforming Pastoral Leadership

A Case Study Approach

For practitioners who want to further their professional development, or those who would like a taste of theological study, Whitley is offering their semester two 2020 unit ‘Transforming Pastoral Leadership’ for audit, at the special rate of just $350!*

Unit Description

Interested in exploring skills and issues in congregational leadership through a variety of real life ministry case studies? Our Transforming Pastoral Leadership unit uses experiential methodology, which gives a hands on experience in identifying issues, exploring a variety of responses and engaging in critical reflection about the theological and pastoral dimensions of leadership.

Students have the opportunity to explore a variety of congregational and pastoral issues, including leadership for change, addressing conflict, gender and power, vision and planning, while implementing them in worldly case studies and providing tangible outcomes.

This unit is ideal for people in pastoral leadership roles, or those wanting to gain a greater understanding of leadership in a congregational setting.

Unit Name

Transforming Pastoral Leadership: A Case Study Approach

Unit Code

Undergraduate: DP3060W Postgraduate: DP9060W

Unit Outcomes

Key abilities students can expect to develop in the course of this unit include:

  • identify the complexities of situations encountered in ministry settings;
  • critically evaluate a range of personal and institutional issues in ministry practice;
  • formulate a theology of leadership, indicating their style preference.

For more information about this unit, and how to enrol, complete the form below.

Meet the Lecturer

This class will be convened by Lynn Moresi. Lynn has taught at various Theological Colleges since 2001, both as a faculty member and also as an adjunct lecturer. Lynn travels regularly in Australia and overseas where she works with Pastors and Leaders in establishing Faith Formation ‘stories’ and equipping them to navigate seasons of suffering, doubt and spiritual darkness. Lynn completed her Doctoral Studies at Fuller Seminary with Father Richard Rohr as one of her supervisors. Lynn is a registered Spiritual Director, a Marriage Celebrant and an Enneagram Trainer. She is married with two adult children.

*What does ‘auditing’ a subject mean? It means you can attend classes, download study materials and participate in classroom activities without the need to fulfill the assessment requirements to earn credit towards an academic award. For a small fee, this extraordinary opportunity provides professional development and further learning. Please note that you cannot claim academic credit for completion of a unit as an audit participant, either in the current study period or retrospectively. The $350 special offer is for semester two, 2020 classes on an audit basis only. Offer expires 17 July and price thereafter will be $500.