Hybrid Faith Formation

This webinar took place on December 9, 2014 from 7-8 PM ET.

Many churches are struggling to identify models for faith formation/Christian education that take into account changing patterns of Sunday attendance, weekday availability, and new member religious background. Parishioners are hungrier than ever for Christian formation/faith and learning growth, but they are often unwilling or unable to attend traditional Sunday or weeknight classes and Bible studies. The Center for the Ministry of Teaching at Virginia Theological Seminary has been coaching cohorts of parish leaders in what we’re calling “hybrid faith formation,” models that gather participants for periodic/seasonal in-person gatherings and supplement with leader-facilitated small group learning via connection to a social media “hub.” Join us to hear about the project and learn how to start supporting hybrid faith formation in your congregation. Presented by Kyle Matthew Oliver, Digital Missioner and Learning Lab Coordinator in the Center for the Ministry of Teaching.

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PowerPoint Slides for Hybrid Faith Formation
Learning Outline for Hybrid Faith Formation