Pastors, lay leaders, communications staff, and volunteers are invited to attend the free Conference-wide communications training at Dove of the Desert UMC, 7201 W Beardsley Rd, Glendale, AZ 85308, on August 10, 2019, from 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM in the sanctuary and via live stream webinar!
Lunch will be provided for the participants at Dove of the Desert that are registered by July 25.
This training is brought to you by United Methodist Communications and will include two sessions. Between 10-noon Jeremy Brown will lead a workshop on Strategic Church Marketing. Then from 1-3 PM, Jeremy will lead a workshop on Social Media for Churches. To find out more continue reading below or contact me, Christina Dillabough, via email at .
Strategic Church Marketing 10-12
Come join United Methodist Communications as we help church leaders begin a journey to build and implement a strategic marketing plan for their church. We will explore the planning process, branding ideas, and various ways that local churches can effectively reach individuals and make an impact through the utilization of the Church Marketing Plan Tool (CMPT).
Social Media for Churches 1-3
Telling stories of faith and sharing messages through social media is vital in our digital world. Participants in this workshop will learn about social media platforms, upcoming trends, and how to utilize emerging tools for maximum community engagement. Social Media can be used as a path to meet people where they are, so let us help your church get on the right track to engaging with members and reaching new people.
About Jeremy Brown
Jeremy has dedicated his career to delivering valuable experiences through professional coaching and leadership development. He currently serves as the Director of Training and Development at United Methodist Communications. Jeremy has specialized in facilitating a training atmosphere aimed at fostering growth and creating a culture of learning excellence. In his spare time, he enjoys using his communication skills to diffuse and manage tight situations through his work as a high school and college football official.