Conference Resource Day: Jason Moore 'Telling the Old Story in a New Time'
Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Online via Zoom


Lori McKinley, CW District AA

Conference Resource Day hosted by Commonwealth West District

About “Telling the Old Story in a New Time”
Almost overnight, we found ourselves in a new, unfamiliar world. The COVID-19 virus has changed everything about our lives, including how we worship. What is the church to do in such a time as this?

With the social distancing practices preventing our physical gatherings, how do we connect and make our message resonate with a world in chaos? Now more than ever, the church has the opportunity to lead the charge in a world looking for spiritual answers. In order to lead effectively, we have to tell the old story in a new way, for a new time and with a new medium.

In the same way a book has to be consolidated and adapted for the screen in movie form, so must the worship we offer virtually. We can’t continue with a “business-as-usual” approach where Sunday morning worship is concerned.

Join author, creative worship and guest readiness coach Jason Moore for a two-hour webinar for how to face these unique challenges to worship. Jason will lead your church into a deep dive through the questions and answers that must be asked and addressed as we worship today. 

Here’s what you can expect to take away: 
  • A primer on shifting practices from in-person to virtual
  • How to offer worship beyond online (for the technologically challenged)
  • Best practices for creating worship that lasts beyond the moment
  • A guest readiness guide and tips for how to offer a deeper sense of community
  • Technology tips (including what to do when things fail)
  • Copyright concerns
  • Equipment options, and how to achieve a good looking (and sounding) stream
  • 20 Page PDF handbook filled with resource links and exclusive offers
  • Extensive Q&A time
  • 30 Days to re-watch the recorded stream
  • Optional follow up coaching opportunities


The webinar is free. Use the button above to register (you will be emailed the Zoom link).
Registration closes at 4 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021