Schedule

July 10: The Ministry of Communication

Friends, my next live monthly session is coming up fast!  Here are the details.  Let me know if you have questions.  ~ Peter

Topic: The Ministry of Communication
Presenter:  Peter Bowden
When:   July 10, 2019 7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Duration:
  60 Minutes

Program Members:  Get Zoom webinar access via our program member area.
New Members: Learn more and enroll

The goal of this session is to help you take your congregation’s communications to a new level!

Specifically, I’m talking about placing your media and communication efforts at the heart of your ministry — love it or hate it, that’s where it needs to be given our increasingly digitally oriented society.

After my opening challenge and cheerleading, we’ll cover the practical considerations listed below.

• Welcome and Introductions
• Upgrading your ministry-communication mindset!
• Collaboration between clergy, staff, and volunteer communicators
• Building your media capacity
• Coordinating your team’s work
• Thoughts on Communication Staff
•  Closing Q&A
•  Program Announcements

Participants may ask questions via Zoom webinar Q&A box during this live video training.  I’m the only one on video so you can watch in your pajamas.

 

Have questions on our topic?  Submit your questions in advance or live during this session.   Members, submit questions via the link in this post. Thanks!

 

1 comment on “July 10: The Ministry of Communication

  1. Reblogged this on UU PLANET.

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