Connecting Congregations and Communities (A COVID-19 Webinar)
On Wednesday, April 8, 2020, The Rev. Ken Howard, Executive Director of The FaithX Project, delivered a webinar on the entitled Strategies and Tools for Keeping Congregations and Communities Connected During (and after) the COVID-19 Crisis. In the webinar, Ken discusses:
How to use technology to keep congregations connected through worship, fellowship, formation, and other congregational functions.
How to use interactive demographics to identify and engage at-risk populations in our neighborhoods.
How to use interactive analytics to identify and engage vulnerable neighborhoods.
This post is part of an ongoing series. Future topics may include:
Online worship at a distance Part 2: Communion at a Distance
Online Outreach Part – 2: More tools and strategies.
Social Vulnerability: A new tool for predicting at-risk neighborhoods.
Things people can do to create a sense of community with their neighbors and neighborhoods.
Tools and strategies for hosting online fellowship.
Tools and strategies for facilitating online bible study and formation.
Tools and strategies congregations can use to locate and reach populations most vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis.
Tools and strategies by which judicatories can resource their congregations