Developing a Governance Transition Plan at Fisher’s Peak Community Church (SBC), Trinidad, CO
Bruce L. Knight D.Min.
Plural-elder congregationalism was the predominant form of governance practiced in New Testament churches. Elders were a specific leadership group with specific roles, who functioned in a plurality and were sustainable. This form of governance has been helpful to Southern Baptist churches. An organization will be more likely to transition from one form of governance to another successfully if a transition plan is developed before the transition is attempted. During six sessions, the project director led the project participants to develop a plan for transitioning Fisher’s Peak Community Church (SBC), Trinidad, CO, from single- to plural-elder congregationalism. The purpose of the project is to lead a group in developing a plan for transitioning FPCC to plural-elder congregationalism.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
Greg Cole D.Ed.Min.
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