An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Wednesday, repeating until February 19, 2020
Wednesday mornings from 9:30 – 11:30 am on Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 12, and Feb 19.
Screens are ubiquitous in our lives, including in our sanctuaries. Screens open up many opportunities, but using them effectively is difficult. Good use can engage and expand your message, but a clunky, outdated, or overly-busy screen will distract the audience. If you’re not sure how — or when — to use a screen during the sermon, you need this interactive series of workshops. We will look at the benefits and pitfalls of using a screen during prelude, worship, and preaching.
The Rev. Dr. Erin S. Cox-Holmes was raised in Redlands, California. The focus of her Doctor of Ministry degree (from Dubuque Theological Seminary) is on revitalizing the church and worship in the digital age. Erin is known as a computer geek and has been puzzling over the same ee cummings poem for 30 years. She received her Master of Divinity from Earlham School of Religion and was ordained in the Presbytery of Detroit. She has served as an associate pastor, an interim pastor, and an Associate Executive Presbyter. She began as the Executive Presbyter in Donegal Presbytery on January 1, 2010.