Interim Ministers

Minister transition is a consistent dynamic in our congregations. As a result, interim ministry - intentional ministry during a church's transition from the previous minister to the next minister - is an increasingly common phenomenon during such transitions. While the practice of interim ministry has long been established in other fellowships, Churches of Christ have become aware of its benefits only recently. Several experienced ministers have become equipped to assist churches going through minister transition and are now making themselves available to collaborate with churches during the interim period. Below you will find contact information for consultants and for preaching ministers who can help during your congregation's minister transition.

Consultants available to assist churches in managing the transition between ministers and the search for a new minister:

Ministers available to preach for churches on an interim basis:

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Abilene Regional Racial Unity Leadership Summit 
Abilene Christian University
Abilene, Texas
June 1-3, 2015

Christian Scholars' Conference 
Abilene Christian University 
Abilene, Texas 
June 3-5, 2015

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Thomas Long
Abilene Christian University
June 22, 2015

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