FREE Webinar: Digital Ministry: What Ministry Leaders Need to Know
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Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018
7:00 – 8:00 PM Eastern
Leader: Keith Anderson


The advent of digital social media provides many opportunities to build community, form faith, and share the Gospel. It also raises many questions about where to begin, which social media platforms to use and why, and how to make the most out of one’s limited time. In this webinar, Keith Anderson will share practical and actionable information, insights, and stories from around the church and from his decade of using social media in the parish setting, in order to equip ministry leaders for this brave new digital world. Whether you are just getting started on Facebook or pushing into Pinterest and podcasting, there is something for all experience and skill levels.

The Reverend Keith Anderson is a pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church near Philadelphia, author of “The Digital Cathedral: Networked Ministry in a Wireless World” (Morehouse, 2015), and co-author with Elizabeth Drescher of the forthcoming “Click2Save REBOOT: The Digital Ministry Bible” (Morehouse 2018). Keith is a popular author, blogger, and speaker on how our digitally-integrated and networked culture shapes faith and the practice of ministry. His work focuses on the understanding and use of social media and emerging digital technologies for ministry, ministering in a culture of increasing religious non-affiliation, and extending the Gospel beyond our church buildings into local and digital gathering spaces. Keith employs a wide range of social media to minister on and offline in his own parish ministry. He also speaks and writes regularly about the practice of digital ministry and the impact of digital culture on face-to-face ministry. Keith received his pastoral training at Harvard Divinity School and The Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.
 


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This webinar is available free to members of the Massachusetts Conference through a partnership with .