9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023 on Zoom
The pandemic taught churches and their congregations that we can worship, learn, pray, and gather virtually. Today, churches are faced with a new challenge as they consider how to minister both in person and online. Churches are beginning to build the bridge between what they did, what they’re doing now, and what they will do in the future. Discover why becoming a hybrid church is about more than the addition or maintenance of a virtual worship service. Learn how to honor both parts of your congregation equally and to engage those who worship primarily online.
The presenter, Christen Kinard, has spent more than a decade as a professional in communications and marketing. She has helped businesses and organizations develop and implement efficient and impactful communications strategies. She sits on the board of the Association for Smaller Congregations. Her website, Digital Congregations, sits at the intersection of her desire to do meaningful work, her belief in the importance of faith communities, and her talents and experience. Christen has a MA in Peace and Conflict Resolution from Norwich University and a BA in International Relations and French Literature from the University of South Carolina.
While the course runs 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., there will be a break for lunch, as well as some other, shorter breaks during the day. The cost per person is $40. The registration deadline is Thursday, Jan. 12. The Zoom link will be sent to those who have registered on Tuesday, Jan. 17. To register and pay online, complete the form below. To register and pay by check, complete this form and mail with payment to Presbytery of WV, PO Box 11720, Charleston, WV 25339.
Questions? Contact Susan Sharp Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-667-9428.