Passavant Leadership Group Services

Pastoral Succession

Our greatest passion is in the area of leadership or pastoral succession. Our Founder and Principals have worked with numerous churches in creating a process to help them navigate the very difficult waters of a succession or primary leadership transition. Our approach is to learn how your congregation and leadership communicate, define a clear process that will be well understood and embraced by the Church, and create a well-defined profile of the person who will best meet your future opportunities.

Relational Ministry

We know that ministry comes down to working with people. All of our team members are highly committed to helping every member of the church team discover their God-given design and giftedness so that they might effectively be deployed where they will have the greatest fruitfulness.

Whatever challenges you may be facing, Passavant Leadership Group can help you discover new ways to approach and overcome them. Ecclesiastes 4 says “Two are better than one… a cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” Let us partner with you to strengthen your ministry in Christ.

Read the brief summary of a few of our services below.


Pastoral succession can be a catalyst for overall church growth in this necessary season.


Plateaued or declining attendance can be reversed and growth can be an achievable goal.


Healthy and functional teamwork develops unity and propels the mission of the church forward.


Perceived relevance in the surrounding community plays a large role in your ability to reach more people.


To make disciples is the ultimate call of the church and what brings the greatest reward.

Master Planning

An annual ministry calendar helps to bring unity to the team and allows for stronger focus on ministry.


Whether paid employees or volunteers, the functions of the church are dependent on people.


Creativity with technology in worship and Social Media are great tools to be used in furthering The Kingdom.

Financial Management

Stressful financial management issues pull time and energy away from intentional ministry.