Intentional Interim Ministers are people in ministry who specialise in filling short term roles in communities. Usually, these short-term skills are used to fill gaps between a departing Minister and the appointment and commencement of a new Minister.
Intentional Interim Ministers help guide a community through a transitional space, providing support, encouragement, and questions to ask during the process. They also provide a measure of stability for a community in transition; honouring the outgoing Minister and helping the community look towards the future with clarity of vision and excitement.
If you are in need of an Intentional Interim Minister, contact the Communities team to begin the conversation.