Monica is a Supervisor Trainer with The Anchorage Collective, faculty member of Morling College and Lead Pastor with Living Grace Dianella.
THE ANCHORAGE IS A COLLECTIVE OF EXPERT PRACTITIONERS SEEKING TO EQUIP OTHERS IN TRANSFORMING, GROWING, AND BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN ASPIRATION AND REALITY.
Supervisors, Mentors, Practitioners, Spiritual Directors
Jeanette is a counsellor, clinical and pastoral supervisor, spiritual director, and mentor, who has worked with people for many years in both professional and lay ministry settings.
Ian brings many years of experience, qualifications, and training in areas of pastoral ministry, education and training, leadership, chaplaincy, supervision and marriage celebrancy.
He has been actively involved in the not-for-profit sector at both Board and management level, with experience in the areas of disability, mental health, domestic violence, justice, and counselling.
Tania provides ministry supervision for people who are engaged in senior leadership of churches and Christian ministry organisations. She has deep ministry, organisational culture, strategy and governance experience.
Em is an experienced pastor, coach, mentor and supervisor with a heart to see people develop and thrive in their sense of purpose and vocation.
Wade is a professional supervisor, leader and chaplain with broad experience in church, not-for profit, social work and governance settings.
Sheryll is a pastoral supervisor and counsellor with over 30 years in Christian ministry. Her areas of experience include pastoral care, discipleship, counselling and school chaplaincy.
Mike has experience in large and small churches and has worked in leadership roles at State level with Churches of Christ and Baptist Churches.
Karen is committed to helping individuals, communities and organisations to thought and action that transforms relationships towards a better lived experience in the everyday.
As a supervisor (in process) Janine's expertise lies in pastoral care and chaplaincy with a desire to promote discipleship and support particularly with those new to ministry vocation.