Thursday, April 30, 3:00 PM
(ET): The new reality of people staying at home has forced church leaders to reexamine what it means to be church and how to pastor their communities. With the majority of Americans continuing to support the limiting of gatherings to 10 or fewer, this new reality has quickly become a new normal.
After surveying more than 1,000 church leaders about the impact COVID-19 is having on their ministries and communities, we found that many are challenged in the same ways. In this first webinar, researcher Mark McPeak will go over the survey’s finding, with a focus on the top concerns that most leaders identified:
How do we provide virtual and digital worship services?
How do we stay connected and in relationship as a community?
How do I communicate effectively when there are so many tools available?
How do I pastor remotely?
How will this affect our church work financially and what creative ways can help us overcome these financial burdens?
Join host Lisa Yebuah and panelists Justin Coleman, Mary Louise McCullough, and DJ del Rosario as they discuss these challenges with Mark and give hope and ideas for thriving through them
This event is offered by Amplify,
a unit of Cokesbury, is a multi‐
platform that delivers high quality, searchable content with an emphasis on Wesleyan perspectives for church‐wide, group, or individual use
for this event.
*NOTE: We learned of these two events from their sponsors on Wednesday.