This page is for comments and conversations initiated by the article Plural Leadership. The idea of plural church leadership -- that the weight of church leadership is to be carried by a group of people rather than one pastor or priest -- is both promising and threatening at the same time. It is promising because a group of elders can share the weight of leadership and shepherd the people more effectively so that pastoral burnout can be avoided. On the other hand, sharing the decision-making processes means that the senior pastor or priest might not always get their way and it might even effect their position or salary. There is much to think about when it comes to plural leadership, so join the conversation below and share your thoughts.
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