Reflections and sources for summer time training
As the COVID-19 pandemic extends into the coming months, it is time to consider how we could offer our communities opportunities for Christian education in the summer months. In this webinar, Keith Anderson and Sarah Bentley Allred provide guidance on planning summer education for adults, teenagers, and children. They will also exchange ideas from across the church for inspiration.
Register for the webinar on Thursday, May 21 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (East) or to get the admission and resource links. * Note: We are having difficulty updating this registration page with the new webinar title. However, the webinar on May 21 is "Reflections and Resources for Summer Education".
Sarah Bentley Allred In May 2019, she received her MDiv from Virginia Theological Seminary. Today, she is the director of the Department of Children and Families at St. John's Episcopal Church in Wake Forest, North Carolina, and a co-worker for Christian education and discipleship for lifelong learning. Sarah is enthusiastic about children's spirituality, intergenerational worship and the formation of small churches. She loves local cafes, board games, the beach and explores new places with her husband Richard and their dog Grace.
The Reverend Keith Anderson is the pastor of Upper Dublin Lutheran Church near Philadelphia, author of The Digital Cathedral: Networked Ministry in a Wireless World (Morehouse, 2015) and co-author of Click2Save Reboot: The Digital Ministry Bible (Church Publishing, 2018) Elizabeth Drescher. . Keith is also an associate for digital content for lifelong learning at Virginia Theological Seminary.
Register here to attend the webinar live Thursday, May 21 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (east). * Note: We are having difficulty updating this registration page with the new webinar title. However, the webinar on May 21 is "Reflections and Resources for Summer Education".
Can't you make it on May 21st? Register now and receive the registration and regress links about 24 hours after the webinar!