Join with us on Wednesday, Oct. 7, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. as the Rev. Peter Sung helps us navigate what it could look like to flourish in a challenging season of ministry. We will examine four key areas that are critical to our vitality in this moment that include our personal wellbeing, leadership engagement, five key functions of the pandemic, and the timing and the gifts inherent in these moments.
Peter has been married for 23 years and has 4 daughters, aged 11-17. He has served churches and ministries in Boston, New York City, Chicago and Seattle. Along with planting several churches, he served as the Associate Superintendent of the East Coast Conference, and as the Director of Church Planting for the ECC.
Most recently, he was engaged in revitalization work prior to pursuing studies and licensing in professional leadership coaching. Currently, he serves as the Conference Coach for the Pacific Northwest Conference as he finishes his doctoral dissertation on performance and organizational leadership psychology. He enjoys running, stand up paddling, backpacking, reading and anything to do with learning and connecting.
While the Zoom call will go from 9 to 11:30 a.m., if you are willing and can do it safely, we suggest you reach out to fellow pastors and consider gathering outdoors with peers for a brief time of fellowship, prayer and conversation before or after the Zoom call.
Obviously, this is not required, and we ask health and safety protocols are observed. But we also recognize that isolation in this season is rampant and are trying to facilitate different ways to foster connection and support.