We've created a series of free webinars to offer practical ideas for Church leaders at a local level in our present situation.
We hope these sessions will provide access to individuals, information and resources that will help to make a real difference in your church and community.
Webinars will take place on Zoom, lasting an hour (unless otherwise stated). They will focus on a specific theme, featuring some of the National Evangelism & Discipleship team plus other guests, and will include a Q&A.
Spaces are limited and registration is required in advance.
Full details, including sign-up links, are included below.
New webinars will be added shortly...
CofE Vision for the 2020s Series
A series of webinars exploring the Church of England vision for the 2020s. More information on each session is available on the zoom registration page.
Using this page you can register for as few or as many of the sessions as you would like.
This is a work in progress and we need to work together to realise this vision. As well as hearing from the panel, there will be time for your questions and to find out what the vision and each strategic priority means for you, your church, or diocese.
We want to engage with as many people as possible through these webinars. Please do forward this invitation to your church networks and colleagues.
Recordings of all 5 webinars are available at http://churchofengland.org/vision
Dates and times:
#3 - focussing on the strategic priority to be a church of missionary disciples (12-1pm on 25th May)
#4 - focussing on the strategic priority to be a church that is younger and more diverse (11am-12pm on 15th June)
#5 - focussing on being a church that is simpler, humbler and bolder and answering any outstanding questions collected in other webinars (2-3pm on 30th June)
Please register here for any of the three sessions
Harnessing the Power of Music for Mission
Many churches have few or no young people within their community, yet yearn for this not to be the case. This webinar considers how music can successfully address the young people deficit in the life of the church. Music offers open engagement, links to community, and if used well, pathways to lifelong faith and discipleship. Too good to be true?
Join a discussion with the Director of the Royal School of Church Music, Hugh Morris and others to discover how music can play a strategic, not afterthought, role in the life of your church, to everyone’s benefit.
A conversation with Hugh Morris, Director, Royal School of Church Music hosted by Stephen Hance, National Lead for Evangelism and Witness
Date and time: Tuesday 14th September, 2 - 3pm
Please register here