Consultation to Clergy began in 1969 with a profoundly simple goal—to assist Lutheran ministries in the Pacific Northwest. Consultation to Clergy’s role is to focus on the individual, family, marital and congregational struggles that may hamper ministry.
Consultation to Clergy has been present when . . .
•A pastor needed to talk about deeply personal family issues
•A group of professional church workers wanted to gather for mutual support and encouragement
•Pastors wrestled with vocational issues and congregational expectations
•Conflicted congregations struggled during interim situations
•Divorced ex-spouses of pastors felt alienated and abandoned
Consultation to Clergy is a ministry that provides encouragement, support and a word of hope that God will create new lives and new possibilities in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty.