The Connexional Team are holding an on-line event for anybody who has been involved in running online worship during the current pandemic. This will be a 90-minute space to hear from practitioners, ask questions and share good practice as together we consider how this ministry can be enriched and developed.
Details can be found here, we do hope that you can join us:
This will be a place to hear of the joys and struggles of 5 leading practitioners of online worship. To ask questions and gain insight.
Our churches have been shut for over four months and you have had to find new ways of 'doing' worship. So what's been your online experience : have you been able to reach the unreached? Have you struggled with fickle broadband? Has your ministry flourished or are you Zoomed out? How has your congregation adapted? And now that our churches are beginning to re-open how do you see the way forward?
This event is for all those involved in leading online worship.
We welcome all! Whether you're paid or volunteer, lay or ordained or from another denomination, we'd love you to come and be part of things!
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