Transformative leadership in the Church. Led by You.
Since 2005, Clara King has been researching and fostering vitality in the Church, emboldening leaders just like you.
Welcome. Whether you’re ordained or a leader from the pew, in a struggling congregation or a vibrant one, if you're just discovering your leadership or a seasoned professional, you're in the right place.
- Be refreshed by new ideas from the forefront of research
- Find encouragement in a supportive community of fellow leaders
- Discover new tools and skills to meet the challenges ahead
It's a tough time for leaders.
We’re glad you’ve found us.
Equipping, inspiring & empowering you.
The Rev. Clara King catalyzes emotional and spiritual health in congregations by empowering and equipping leaders wherever they’re found in the Church. An Anglican Priest from Calgary, Canada, Clara has been researching, discerning and fostering congregational health since 2005, using tools such as Adaptive Leadership.
Until May 2021, Clara was the Rector of St. George's Anglican Church, restarting this wonderful multi-ethnic congregation in working-class North East Calgary. She was also the first Rural Missioner to serve The Anglican Diocese of Calgary, catalyzing emotional health and adaptive change in small communities and broad systems across the Diocese and beyond.
Now, Clara is pursuing a PhD in Practical Theology at Fuller Seminary, studying Adaptive Leadership. In partnership with the United Church of Canada and Trinity Wall Street, she has developed a 3-session Zoom course, Leading Adaptively, offered internationally to lay leaders and Clergy across denominations.
With her husband Michael, she has two adult step-daughters, two characterful horses, and a delightful Border Terrier named Jonah.
ReCalling The Church
Whether you’re an ordained leader or a member of the congregation, you’ll learn daily practices that you can use to make a difference. You could start now – with no more time, talent, or treasure than you already have, right now.
Discover a fresh calling for the Church, and a refreshing call to leadership.