Greetings from Anabaptist Communicators!
In April, we held two
Talking Heads LIVE events on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting us as Anabaptist communicators — and our organizations. I've been grateful to hear observations and insights from communicators from across Canada and the U.S.
We're offering a third online conversation about communicating in the midst of a pandemic
Friday, May 29, 12–1 p.m. Eastern Time.
his is the last event in this particular series, though we realize that the pandemic and its far-reaching effects will continue to inform our discussions for months (and years) to come. On that note, see below the topic for our Talking Heads LIVE in June!
We hope you'll take advantage of these opportunities to connect with and learn from fellow Anabaptist communication professionals who represent various
church and nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, health and human service organizations, freelancers and more.
May God strengthen and equip you for the work you've been called to do in this time of continued challenges —
Annette Brill Bergstresser
AC board chair
ABOUT THE CALL
As regions begin to reopen in the midst of the continuing pandemic, how does this affect our work as Anabaptist communicators? What communications trends are we seeing as our organizations and institutions make decisions regarding programming and staffing for summer and fall (and beyond)? Join your fellow communicators for our last online conversation in this series about how the realities and uncertainties of COVID-19 are reshaping our life and work:
Friday, May 29, 12–1 p.m. Eastern Time
by 11 a.m. Eastern Time on Friday at
to get the Zoom access information for the call. There is no charge to participate.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
is the freelance religion reporter and columnist at the
Winnipeg Free Press
and works part time as communications coordinator for MDS Canada. He also is president of the board of
Mennonite World Review
and president of the Canadian Christian Communicators Association.