Attached is a "new clerk introduction letter template" I used in my stake position to welcome new ward clerks and begin our stake "training." It would be best to follow this letter (or email) with a face-to-face training meeting where you could discuss specific stake policies, the quarterly report, membership audits, etc. I had a little more personal introduction to the letter that I removed. It fit on stake letterhead for mailing, but I made a PDF of our stake copy and emailed it to the new ward clerks because I wanted the links.
Hope it helps someone
(if this post is dated, the links and the training resources may need updating before you use it...please check them)
Discuss basic duties of stake and ward clerks, including where to begin.
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I like the idea of having a welcome letter – it helps the clerks to feel the importance of their calling, that they're needed.
Samuel Bradshaw • Interested in church apps and sites, creative recordkeeping, clerk support, YSA wards and stakes, LDS music, Vineyard at BYU, and online service.
Hello, I'm a new member in the Forum, I've been called as 1st Counselor in my Branch, just last Sunday, and your template has helped me a lot, even though it's not specifically about my calling. Just watching the Bishop and Clerk welcome and training videos, has been incredibly helpful, in giving me an idea about where I stand, what should be done, what's most important, who should do it, and so on... I will continue to read your template, but lest I forget, I wanted to thank you now. So... THANK YOU!
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