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Debra Brady
District Superintendent
Debra Brady

Claudia Trejo
Sr. Administrative Assistant for Central Valley District
Claudia Trejo

(209) 661-4358
2937 Veneman Ave.
Modesto, California 95356

Webinar: Telling the Old Story in a New Time with Jason Moore

Webinar: Telling the Old Story in a New Time with Jason Moore
When
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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California-Nevada Conference is beginning production on a series of webinars designed to help us skill up and stay connected as we explore doing church in the time of coronavirus - COVID-19. 


Webinars will be held on Wednesdays from 4p-5:30p pacific daylight time, To join...

Our premiere webinar session is Wednesday April 1, beginning at 4p and will extend to 6p. We are excited to welcome Jason Moore who will lead us in a time of reviewing best practices for digital worship. 

Jason is the force behind Midnight Oil Productions and has served many conference teams throughout the UMC connection providing presentation strategy, graphic design and visioning support. 

Join author, creative worship and guest readiness coach Jason Moore for a 90-minute webinar for how to face these unique challenges to worship. Jason will lead your church into a deep dive through the questions and answers that must be asked and addressed as we worship today.

Here is a brief narrative and description of the webinar Jason has designed for California-Nevada this Wednesday: 


Telling the Old Story in a New Time:
Best Practices for Worshiping Online and Beyond in a Physically Distanced World

Almost overnight, we find ourselves in a new, unfamiliar world. The COVID-19 virus has changed everything about our lives, including how we worship. What is the church to do in such a time as this?

With the social distancing practices preventing our physical gatherings, how do we connect and make our message resonate with a world in chaos? Now more than ever, the church has the opportunity to lead the charge in a world looking for spiritual answers. In order to lead effectively, we have to tell the story in a new way, for a new time and with a new medium.

In the same way a book has to be consolidated and adapted for the screen in movie form, so must the worship we offer virtually. We can’t continue with a “business-as-usual” approach where Sunday morning worship is concerned.

The workshop will include:

·      A primer on shifting practices from in-person to virtual

·      How to offer worship beyond online (for the technologically challenged)

·      Best practices for creating worship that lasts beyond the moment

·      A guest readiness guide and tips for how to offer a deeper sense of community

·      Technology tips (what to do when things fail)

·      Copyright concerns

·      Equipment options, and how to achieve a good looking (and sounding) stream

·      PDF handbook filled with resource links

·      Extensive Q&A

·      30 Days to re-watch the recorded stream

·      Optional follow up coaching opportunities 

·      & More


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