One of the most oft asked questions of any apologetics speaker is "How do I get apologetics in my church?". But I think what they are really saying is "how can I get my pastor to do apologetics?"
It goes without saying that if you want to bring apologetical teaching into your local church, you should be prepared to head that up. But it doing so, you should not think of yourself as a teacher, but a servant.
Your job is to serve your church by equipping the local body to make the case for Christianity. Want to bring apologetics to your youth? Serve in the youth group. Want to lead an apologetics group? Serve in your church. We are about meeting the need of the body to answer questions, not to put our intellect on display.
This past weekend, I had to privileged of joining 50+ of my brothers and sisters in Christ at the Cross Examined Instructor Academy learning to be a better apologetics speaker and presenter. Amongst the great apologetic instructors, we learned from Bobby Conway, lead pastor at Life Fellowship Church in Charlotte, NC. One of the things he shared with us was creating an environment of apologetics. You do that by having a 3D approach to the Gospel: Declare, Display, and Defend.
This means you must declare the good news and display it in your life before you can defend it's validity. This requires that we meet the need your church has for apologetics training while working as a servant team member of your church. This allows you to develop the trust of your pastorate and care for those you are leading in apologetics. You will have to lay your agenda aside and be a part of your church's mission as a whole and seeing how apologetics fits into that mission.
So, put on your best livery and be prepared to serve the Lord in whatever capacity He requires as you help equip the saints for the good works prepared beforehand for them.