Whether you call it hybrid, or multi-platform, or dual-platform, the way we will worship together is changing – technology is a part of our experience, and as we plan for life post-pandemic, we have a unique opportunity to craft our services in new and inclusive ways.
The Art of Hybrid Worship Training is intended to help you with the details of your liturgy – from space and aesthetics, to transitions and camera work, to welcome and accessibility.
It is a three-hour training, with sessions offered at various times between late April and mid-September – available when you are ready for it. The final session is being held on September 25 at 3pm ET; if you are interested, please act now!
To get the most out of the Art of Hybrid Worship Training, congregations need to be ready for it – the training will be more useful if you’ve done preparations around safety protocols, mission and vision, budgeting, and change management already.
Start with this short video outlining the work you should be in process with – so that the Art of Hybrid Worship Training is most beneficial to you.
(Note: This short video is great for everyone, even if you’re not currently affiliated with a congregation or making decisions on their behalf.)