Lay Servant Ministries is one of the most significant lay leadership development programs available within the United Methodist connection. Through this system of equipping and empowering, lay servants have the opportunity to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ who then go and make other disciples. Classes are offered throughout the year focusing on various topics and you can find the latest offerings by selecting the events listed on this page. If you’re new to Lay Servant Ministries training, you’ll need to start your journey with the Basic Course and then move on to more advanced courses.
Questions about Lay Servant Ministries may be directed to Sheryl McKinney at .
The North District Lay Servant Academy will be hosted by Mohave Valley UMC at 1583 Lipan Blvd., Ft. Mohave, AZ 86426, Friday, September 20 -21.
The Lay Servant Ministries program offers classes to help you be a better leader for your congregation. Register today for one of the remaining 2019 classes in the East or West District.
Course Offered:Lay Servants Lead in Conflict Resolution –Every church deals with conflict, both healthy and unhealthy. This course is designed to equip and empower lay servants to help lead through times of conflict as a time of transformation. Participant...
Lay Servants are to serve the local church or charge in any way in which their witness or leadership and service inspires the laity to deeper commitment to Christ and more effective discipleship. Classes are offered monthly in the South District of the Desert Southwest Conference.