Cohorts are small groups of 4-6 people designed to be a safe place to share ideas, ask questions, troubleshoot, and process the hard things that happen in ministry. Each session will include a brief time of teaching, topical discussion questions to talk through as a group, and a time for Q&A. By the end of your six-month cohort, our desire is that you feel less isolated, connected to an ongoing community, and more equipped to carry out the mission God has called you to.
Our solution to overcoming isolation in ministry. Cohorts provide time and space for you to connect with other ministry leaders and grow together through conversation & collaboration.
What are Community Cohorts?
August - December 2023
Led by Scarlet Hope Founder & President, Rachelle Starr
If you are the Founder, President, CEO, or Executive Director of an organization that reaches exploited and/or trafficked women, this is the cohort for you. In this cohort you will learn how to cast big vision, collaborate about organizational crises, and keep the team going strong. Registration costs $299 and includes five 1.5-hour monthly Zoom sessions starting in August. With limited space available, we require you to apply to join.
Sessions will take place on the following dates from 9:00-10:30 am EST:Apply Now
August - December 2023
Led by Scarlet Hope Community Director, Emily Williams
This cohort is for anyone looking to grow in their efforts to reach exploited and trafficked women. From trauma-informed care to case management to sharing the gospel in strip clubs, this discussion-based cohort will give you the opportunity to learn new strategies, share ideas, and talk through the many challenges and pitfalls of ministry. Registration costs $199 and includes five 1.5-hour monthly Zoom sessions starting in August.
Sessions will take place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12:00-1:30 pm EST:Register for $299
What They're Saying
”Being a part of the Scarlet Hope Cohort was truly a blessing for our ministry. Our team was able to gain in-depth knowledge on managing clients, creating realistic expectations, practices to encourage not enable, and so many problem-solving skills. Our favorite part of the cohort was bringing real life scenarios to the group to discuss and identify the best next step. This was a game changer for us and allowed us to feel supported and confident in our strategy with clients.BaileyHadassah's Hope