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Second Saturday workshops

October 9, 2021 @ 12:00 pm 3:30 pm EDT

The Northern Lights Region has been hosting “Second Saturday” learning events on Zoom each month where it’s explored a variety of topics.

Pastor Terrell L McTyer and Wesley King will be presenting two workshops.

Hybrid Church: Combining Online and In-Person Communities

Creating a hybrid church extends beyond Sunday morning, but bringing online and offline members together is only one step. To align your congregation with digital culture through hybrid experiences, we must find more creative practices than providing a dial-in for our events. In this workshop, New Church Ministry will help participants: 

  • Explore what it means to bridge offline and online in faith formation and spiritual practice
  • Deepen faith formation with technology 
  • Support spiritual practice and authentic connection across multiple platforms
  • Discover good ideas to blend in-person worship with an online component — permanently

How to Try: Ministry Innovation

From countries to states to businesses to churches to neighborhoods, we are all facing challenges that we’ve never faced before in our lifetime. We are feeling the impact of these unprecedented times. That’s why ministry innovation are so important. There is no better time to try something new! In this workshop, New Church Ministry will encourage participants to: 

  • Not simply survive in these times, but to thrive through them
  • More deeply understand what some are calling “the new normal”
  • Prepare to lead by offering new expressions of ministry
  • Earn the ability to respond to the needs of your church and community efficiently
$10 – $25 All fees are in American dollars and are suggested donations dependent on how many people register.

Northern Lights Region

(253) 893-7202

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