Aug 12, 2021Children and Family Ministry — let’s share ideas

Children and Family Ministry — let’s share ideas

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources
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A growing number of churches within our diocese offer active ministries for children and families or are hoping to move in that direction. On Thursday, August 19, join in a virtual gathering to learn, share ideas, and network our resources. Together, we find even more joy in the work God has called us to.

Please join us in the conversation by contacting for a virtual meeting link

The August meeting is the second of newly formed informal, quarterly online meetings. This month, we will focus on plans for fall, Advent, and Christmas.

We will explore helpful continuing education options in the future and use the following schedule to set us up for success!

  • November/December (Lent)
  • March (Summer and thinking ahead to fall)

We all want our congregations to engage children and help them grow in their faith. We need to offer each other the support and encouragement to make good things happen. Please join us in the conversation by contacting for a virtual meeting link.

Note: Please share this invitation and the link with others involved in this ministry in your church. And, if you are not able to attend this meeting, please let us know you are interested in a future gathering by emailing We’ll make sure you stay in the loop.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

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