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Restart, Reengage, Revision: Post-Pandemic Prep

June 9, 2021 @ 3:00 pm 4:00 pm EDT

As your place of worship reopens its physical doors, how can you build community in a post-pandemic world? How does the coronavirus affect your congregation and neighborhood? How can you BE a new church in a post-pandemic reality? In this New Church Hacks episode, New Church Ministry will:

  • Prepare your spiritual collective for new expressions of being church
  • Engineer a visioning process
  • Realign your mission with the relevant work of God
  • Learn to start again with new techniques, methods, and practices
  • React, adapt, transition, engage, and transform your communal care

Our featured guests include Nick Warnes (Founder and Executive Director of Cyclical), Juan Sarmiento (Executive Presbyter of Presbytery of San Fernando in Panorama City, CA), and Joy Skjegstad (author of Real Connections: Ministries to Strengthen Church and Community Relationships).

Jose Martinez (Associate Minister for New Church Strategies) will join us for our regular after-show watch party, where the episode’s featured guests will answer participants’ questions on Facebook Live.

Hosted by Pastor Terrell L McTyer, Minister of New Church Strategies for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada, New Church Hacks provides practical (and sometimes peculiar) prompts for churches from start to restart. This free webinar series is jam-packed with clever solutions to tricky problems and empowers courageous leaders with the tools, tips and how-tos to start, sustain and strengthen congregations.

For regular updates, be sure to check this page and follow along on social media with #NewChurchHacks!

A link to a recording of the webinar will be emailed to all registrants after the episode airs, regardless of attendance.


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