Rev. Liz Greenwell Joins Staff of Center for Leadership Development
Veteran social worker, licensed counselor is conference’s new crisis team coordinator
Rev. Liz Greenwell has been appointed to the role of crisis-team coordinator in the North Texas Conference’s Center for Leadership Development, effective Nov. 1.
Rev. Greenwell is a Licensed Local Pastor who holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas. She was a social worker and a Licensed Professional Counselor before her Call to Ministry. She served on staff at First UMC McKinney for nine years in the area of Pastoral Care and Evangelism and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to crisis-team coordination in the North Texas Annual Conference.
Rev. Greenwell will lead the conference’s Congregational Assessment Response and Transformation (CART) team, which was established in 2012 to support churches in the North Texas Conference during times of crisis. The CART team offers processes for church healing, educational resources and assistance for voicing concerns to church authorities. The team is comprised of persons with expertise in counseling, advocacy and pastoral care. We seek to have a full complement of lay and clergy leadership in order to provide effective crisis intervention for churches in times of need.
For more information about the CART team and other services provided by the Center for Leadership Development, please visit the NTC website. Ministry Safe information, mediation referrals and crisis-prevention tools also are available through the Center for Leadership Development and on our website.
Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2018