Professional Supervision

In light of our Gen1K goal of 1000 healthy churches in a generation, we recognise the need to work toward the health of pastoral leaders. Supervision is a place where ministers can continue to be life-long learners, where they develop themselves in relation to their ministry and wider context – to practise, learn and be held and supported in that process.

In light of this, professional supervision is:

  • regular, structured, and intentional conversations between supervisor and supervisee
  • focused on work and practice
  • attentive to the supervisee’s current context
  • within the framework of a shared theological, spiritual, ethical and legal understanding
  • attentive to issues of fitness to practice, skill development, management of boundaries, professional identity, and the impact of work upon all concerned parties including the individuals and communities the supervisee serves and leads.
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