UPCOMING EVENTS

The pandemic and resultant quarantine taught churches and their congregations that we can worship, study, pray, and gather online. We learned how to stream, Zoom, edit, post; the learning curve was steep.

Today, churches are faced with a new challenge as they consider how to engage a split congregation—at home and online. This moment demands thoughtfulness, intentionality, and collaboration. This course is designed to help you discern what it means for your church to become a "hybrid" church and how to build the bridge between what you're doing now and what you will do in the future.

Open to congregations in the Synod of the Sun, this course is currently being offered on two different dates and times for pastors and congregation communications or online worship teams. There are three consecutive weekly workshops per course and two course offerings to choose from:

  • Both Wednesday and Thursday options are now FULL. Stay tuned for potential updates.

ONE course per congregation and, because the course is tailored to the current realities and needs, all participants of the same congregation must attend the same course dates. (Example: All three participants from First Presbyterian Church attend on Tuesdays)

 

*There is a limit of 20 registrations (congregations) per course*

This registration requires the following information to complete:

  • Congregation name, city, state and presbytery

  • Congregation website and any social media or other platforms 

  • Names and email addresses for up to three persons attending from the congregation

  • The ONE course date each will attend has been agreed upon

  • Click HERE to pay a $50 donation per congregation to the Synod of the Sun (Check with your presbytery for possible scholarships or other support)

Presented by:

DIRECCIÓN DE CORREO: 445 E. FM 1382, STE 3-778, CEDAR HILL, TX 75104

214-390-1894

VALERIE.YOUNG@SYNODSUN.ORG - LÍDER DEL SÍNODO Y SECRETARIO

ERNEST HIGGINBOTHAM - SECRETARIO ASISTENTE

THOMAS.RIGGS@SYNODSUN.ORG - COORDINADOR DE COMUNICACIÓN Y ADMINISTRACIÓN