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Coaches Training

ROAR's Coach Development is held at the beginning of each Fall, Winter and Spring Season.

The next session will be held:

New Coaches Development - 8:30 am-Noon Saturday, November 2nd

The New Coaches Development is a time for all New Coaches to ROAR. During this time, all coaches will be able to learn more about who ROAR is, what a Gospel Centered coach is, and why we do what we do. ALL NEW COACHES must attend this class to coach. Training will be held on the Westminster Church campus (1320 India Hook Road), just look for the signs to point you in the right direction. Snacks and drinks will be provided.


New Coaches – In preparation for the training, please view the following videos:   

The Ultimate Question – Click HERE
Outreach Dynamics - Click Here

If you have not filled out a Westminster Presbyterian Church Background Check, please click HERE

Returning Coaches Training -  9:45 am-12:00 pm - Saturday, November 2nd

Note:  There is only 1 training session being conducted.

Saturday, November 2 from 9:45 am-12:00 pm on the Westminster Church campus (1320 India Hook Road). (Snacks will be provided)

Returning Coaches – In preparation for the training, please view the following video:

Outreach Dynamics - Click Here

We are only offering one training for basketball due to the way the calendar falls and October 31st not being a great meeting date. We hope to see everyone on November 2nd.

Why do we do Coaches Training?


There are four primary reasons for coaches training:

  1. We want to meet you! At the end of the day, we can't be successful without each of you. We want to know you.
  2. We want you to get to know us. ROAR exists to begin the process of redeeming sports. You may be wondering what that means and that is exactly why you should come to coaches training!
  3. We want to build a community of coaches. We live in a society that isolates and makes us so busy that we don't have time for others. We want coaches to get to know one another and that starts with our training session.
  4. To remind each other of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

1 Corinthians 15:1-2 "Now I remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand, and by which you are being saved, if you hold fast to the word I preached to you - unless you believed in vain."

Here, Paul is reminding believers of the Gospel. It is important for us as believers to constantly be reminded of the Gospel and let that drive everything that we do, even things such as coaching or playing sports.

We look forward to getting to know you and telling you more about us!