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The Clergy Leadership Training Institute is divided in to cohorts, groups of about 18 clergy. Currently, there are four cohorts formed. One began the CLTI training in February of 2011, the second began in October of 2011, the third in January of 2012, and a fourth began in March of 2013. The American Anglican Council plans to begin more cohorts over the next three years and is working with local Anglican leaders to bring groups of clergy together.
If you are interested in forming a CLTI cohort for your diocese or region, contact the AAC for more information.
The first CLTI Cohort began in February, 2011 with a 4-day intensive training program at the Billy Graham Training Center in Asheville, NC. 18 clergy from the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic attended. The featured leader was Dr. Leighton Ford, renowned minister and author of "Transforming Leadership." Participants evaluated the training as being profoundly spiritually rejuvenating and practical. Cohort 1 met again in February of 2012, and in February of 2013 they completed the CLTI program, with Rev. David Roseberry, Dr. Jim Osterhaus, and Canon Phil Ashey as speakers.
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The second CLTI Cohort began in October, 2011 with a 3-day intensive training program at Camp Crucis Christian Retreat Center in Granbury, TX. 13 clergy from the Diocese of Fort Worth attended. The session's leaders were the Rev. Canon Dr. Doug McGlynn, Dr. Jim Osterhaus and Canon Phil Ashey. The second session for this group was held in March of 2013.
The third CLTI Cohort began in January, 2012. The 25 participants are from the diocese of Cascadia in the northwest of the United States and also from the Anglican Network in Canada. They met for a three day session at the Cedar Springs conference center in Sumas, WA. The featured leaders were Bishop Kevin Bond Allen, Bishop Trevor Walters, and Canon Phil Ashey. The second session for this cohort was held in March of 2013 at the Cedar Springs conference center.
The fourth cohort is made up of clergy from the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC). The 30 participants held their first session at the Cedar Springs conference center in Sumas, WA, in March of 2013.