We've created a series of free webinars to offer practical ideas for Church leaders at a local level in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We hope these sessions will provide access to individuals, information and resources that will help to make a difference.
Webinars will take place on Zoom, lasting an hour (unless otherwise stated). They will focus on a specific theme, featuring speakers from the National Evangelism & Discipleship team, and will include a Q&A.
Spaces are limited and registration is required in advance.
Full details, including sign-up links, are included below.
We look forward to hosting you.
Come Back After: Baptism and Wedding Ministry
While we wait to discover how and when weddings and christenings will happen in church, our ministry to couples and families continues.
This webinar explores how we can help make special days special in new ways and how we continue to support and bless people during a time when so many dreams have been disrupted and plans put on hold.
Coming out of lockdown with a new mission initiative
Life in lockdown has presented many challenges for clergy, but has also offered an opportunity to reflect on the barriers that have previously prevented change and creativity.
Join us for a session that will will explore the Loving First Missional Journey, which can act as a map for starting a new mission initiative with the potential to become a fresh expression of church for your parish.
Presenters: Heather Cracknell and the Revd Dr. Michael Moynagh
Date: Wednesday 15th July 2020
What the Church is noticing in these strangest of times
In 2015 Pope Francis said: “We are not living an era of change but a change of era.”
We have been experiencing our culture and society changing for many years, yet the pandemic has accelerated the pace of change. So, what are we noticing in the world around us and what opportunities and challenges might these shifts mean for the Church of England?
Join Heather Cracknell and guests to hear about the work she has undertaken to hear from people working and worshipping in our church the length and breadth of the country, across varied and diverse forms of ministry.