Leading a local church is being on the front lines of advancing the kingdom of God, with all its opportunities and challenges. We believe that the local church is the hope of our city and the world. Yet the challenge of leading a church is one of the most difficult jobs in the world. 


At Pastors’ Edge, we want to help you lead well and move you and your church from surviving to thriving. We want to help you connect in real relationships and friendships with your peers who also love the church. We want to give you an edge in addressing the key issues that will help both you and your church not only be healthy but be life-giving.


Pastors’ Edge is a relational opportunity to join with other pastors who are currently the senior, lead, solo, or campus pastors at their church. Our focus is to give each pastor an edge to lead and live well for the sake of our churches and our city. Topics include best practices regarding good self-care and productivity to help you lead well and issues, strategies, understanding, and skills to help your church become healthier, reach more people, and have a kingdom impact. 


We meet once a month from January through November (we take a break in June and July). Each meeting lasts two hours. There’s an hour of information with Q & A, followed by a free lunch and time to discuss the presentation and apply it to our specific context. Pastors’ Edge is designed to help pastors make peer to peer relationships and friendships.


Pastors’ Edge meets the first Thursday from 11AM-1PM. We are currently meeting online via Zoom. Click here to join. 


You can contact Liz Marko at lmarko@pantano.church or 520.298.5395 ext.211. Glen Elliott, Lead Pastor of Pantano Christian Church, is your host and you can reach him at gelliott@pantano.church.