March 5-7, 2012
Ann Knox, Director of Instructional Resource Center
Leland Deeds, Librarian for Academic Computing Support
Event location: William Smith Morton Library, Union Presbyterian Seminary
Early Registration (by December 1st): $150.00
The internet offers many free and low-cost tools and applications that can provide churches with resources for ministry and mission.
This hands-on workshop will give participants experience in working with some particular applications that enable collaboration among church staff and members, as well as some communication tools that can be used in education or sharing your story with a bigger audience. From scheduling a meeting to thinking about your webpage to receiving a flash drive with links to education and worship sites that you can take home, you will go home with new skills and ideas for how you can use those skills in your congregation.
Knox and Deeds have significant knowledge of and skill in the effective use of technology in ministry. In advance of this workshop, they will invite and encourage you to participate in some online activities with other registrants for this event.
Registration for this event is limited to 20. This event will begin at 1:30 pm on March 5th and conclude at 11:30 am on March 7th.
To register go to: http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=974473
If you want to learn more about preparing for ministry, you've come to the right place. Union Presbyterian Seminary offers graduate-level theological education as an institution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Founded in 1812, Union has campuses in Richmond, VA, and Charlotte, NC. Students may also pursue the M.A.C.E. degree through the unique Extended Campus Program where most of the learning takes place at home. The seminary offers degrees for those preparing for a wide variety of callings in ministry.
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