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Join us on April 7 at 2pm ET for a Free Webinar Round Table to discuss ways to offer Lifelong Learning programming for clergy and lay leaders during this pandemic.
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Continuing Education during the Pandemic

FREE WEBINAR
April 7, 2020
2:00-3:00 pm ET

In tandem with the rest of the world, leaders in continuing education for ministry have been busy pivoting in-person programs to online offerings due to the CoVid-19 pandemic. As the Association for Leaders in Lifelong Learning for Ministry (ALLLM), we invite you to join with us to share ideas, learnings, and questions that have been brought to the fore by our new, shared reality.

  • What are the short- and long-term implications for the institutions we serve?
  • What do church leaders (clergy and lay) need from Lifelong Learning/Con Ed Directors, to equip them to serve their churches and other ministry settings throughout this crisis? Beyond?
  • What are we, as Leaders of Lifelong Learning/Con Ed Directors, learning as we pivot that will inform our work in the future?

Sarah F. Erickson is a clergy member of the Presbytery of S. Alabama serving as Director of Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. She is committed to nurturing others through all stages of the journey of faith and has a special interest in the role of worship and music in faith formation. Erickson has been a member of ALLLM and its predecessor, SACEM, since 2004 and presently serves as chair of the ALLLM Leadership Team.

Stephen Fetter, Coordinator, Continuing Education at the United Church of Canada. Steve produces about 60 webinars a year for The United Church of Canada, through his program at www.united-in-learning.com. Since the pandemic began, United in Learning has added additional programs to help church leaders cope with the impact the pandemic is having on Congregational Finances, Stewardship, Children’s and Youth Ministry, and offering worship online.

Israel Galindo presently serves as the Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary. He has served as a pastor, educator, chaplain, seminary profession and dean. Dr. Galindo’s interests are in the areas of congregational and organizational leadership, instruction and pedagogy, educational assessment, and Christian faith formation.  His work in lifelong learning includes helping leaders apply Bowen Family Systems theory for healthy and effective functioning in home and work settings.

 

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