Featuring Panelists: Malinda Berry, Henry Zonio, Natalie Frisk, and Becky Degan
Church life got upended in March, and since then we’ve thought lots about how to do worship virtually. But what about kids, families, and faith formation? How have the flannel-graphs of the past been retooled for virtual Sunday school? Join MennoMedia on Oct. 8 at 2 pm ET for a conversation about what children’s faith formation can look like in the future.
Webinar Recording Coming Soon:
It Can Be Done! Children’s Sunday School during COVID
On Wednesday, September 23, Joan Daggett, Project Director for Shine curriculum, showed us how to use the new digital adaptations of Shine curriculum and gave a preview of more adaptations coming this winter. Moriah Hurst and Lois Huston shared how they are doing Sunday School on Zoom with children and offered their tips on making that go smoothly. Webinar participants shared how they are including children in online worship or how they have creatively offered faith formation opportunities. Shana Peachey Boshart, denominational minister for faith formation, hosted the conversation. The webinar was recorded and will be posted on our webinars page in about a week.
Shine: Living in God’s Light is a dynamic Sunday school curriculum. Check out the new digital options for use at home and online!
A home-based, all-age, flexible resource for individuals and churches who want to learn and explore the biblical story from Genesis to Revelation.
Submit your proposal to lead an Equipping Seminar at MennoCon21! Find more information and the submission form here. Deadline: October 10, 2020.