Creating Engaging Online Worship
March 4, 11, 18, 25 at 1:00 PM CST
Via Webcast | LIVE ONLINE
As a church leader, you’re balancing the safety of your congregation amid a pandemic with real needs to connect, grow, and learn. For you and the members of your faith community, this is only getting harder. It’s difficult to know which methods to use or how best to engage. None of this is “church-as-usual.”
You need the ability to bring a thoughtful, powerful liturgy – the kind that engages and compels – to your entire virtual congregation or those unable to join in-person worship.
This course will show you how.
What You’ll Learn
- The elements that create unique, digitally diverse worship experiences
- Ways of incorporating audio and visual techniques effectively
- How to bridge the gap between an in-person experience and virtual formats
- What to do (and not to do) when you have both face-to-face and remote
CONNECT WITH GOD
How it Works
Join our host, Rev. Jason Chesnut, and an excited learning cohort of fellow faith leaders live and online!
Participate in four one-hour webcast sessions
Be there every Thursday in March from 1 PM - 2 PM as Rev. Chesnut breaks down the critical and applicable ways of engaging your faith community in online worship.
Discuss your specific wants, needs, and fears within a safe context
During the course, you will have chances to discuss and apply what you’re learning with people facing the same struggles as you.
Develop meaningful connections
We’ve all felt the sting of lost community in the last year. The reality is, having people to lean on and trust during periods of change is one of the ways we navigate life. This course is a great opportunity to build relationships with other like-minded leaders.
Meet the Instructors
The Rev. Jason Chesnut, ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), is a freelance filmmaker, itinerant preacher, and digital storyteller working on the edges of institutional Christianity. His films are committed to a new kind of storytelling (ANKOSfilms.com), and his work extends into movements for justice and liberation. A native of Texas, Jason graduated from Texas Lutheran University and the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. He lives as close as possible to mountains, and in an alternate universe, he would be a wildlife photographer.
Get access to the full course for just $55.
- Four live webcasts
- On-demand replay of the entire course for one year
- Experiments and assignments to try in context
- A safe space to connect, discuss, and share