Thinking Through Worshipping Digitally

Charleston 2018

january 24 11:15 am


grace cathedral

About the presentation

Charlotte Hand Greeson

Charlotte Hand Greeson shares her passion for formation as a manager, editor, and writer for Building Faith. In addition, she assesses curriculum for the Center for Ministry of Teaching and speaks on formation on behalf of the CMT. Charlotte takes seriously Paul’s injunction in his letter to the Romans to “Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep,” living this out in social media ministry. A 22-year military spouse, she currently lives in California.

Sarah STonesifer

Sarah Stonesifer is the Digital Missioner at the Center for the Ministry of Teaching at Virginia Theological Seminary. Her focus is on digital outreach, resources and training for thoughtful, innovative Christian formation for all ages. She is also the coordinator for the eFormation digital media for ministry conference, and conducts workshop on digital communications, social media and faith formation. Sarah has a strong background in education, holding a Master’s in Library Science and six years’ experience as a librarian at independent schools. Find her on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat: @sarahdigitally

Social Justice and Social Media

We are called to be together in community digitally as much as we are physically. We have learned to be empathetic on social media, to illuminate darkened digital corners with the Light of God, and to build community online. How do we also share worship?

In this workshop we will share best practices for online worship and think creatively about what worship might look like if we didn’t put limits on God’s word and deed.

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