None scheduled at this time.
- Clergy Stress Reduction/Mindfulness (with Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare) – Thursdays at 11am
- Zoom Call for Youth Workers – the 1st Thursday of every month at 12pm
New to Zoom?
Before joining a Zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, please take the time to download the Zoom app from Zoom’s website.
Please familiarize yourself with using Zoom and test your connection to it BEFORE each conference by clicking here and following all of the prompts.
Each Zoom call has a unique 9, 10, or 11-digit number called a meeting ID that will be required to join a Zoom meeting. This will be provided in the invite sent to you, along with a link to directly connect to the Zoom meeting.
Be aware that if you do not plan to join by the digital link provided, each meeting can be entered by directly calling in with a landline or cellphone. If you are joining via telephone, you will need the teleconferencing number, meeting ID, and any passwords provided in the invite.
Connecting With Your Community: Ministry With Your Neighbors (09/23/2020)
Connecting With Your Community: Literacy As Poverty Alleviation Strategy (09/16/2020)
Generosity in the Digital Age – Are You Prepared? (08/12/2020)
Conversation with Dr. Ron Bell, Camphor Memorial UMC (07/16/2020)
Mental Health Matters (06/23/2020)
Paycheck Protection Program Updates (06/17/2020)
MissionInsite Training (05/19/2020)
Podcasting for Beginners (05/12/2020)
Mental Health for Young People During COVID-19 – Part 3 (05/07/2020)
Reaching Seekers as the Doors Reopen (05/05/2020)
Mental Health for Young People During COVID-19 – Part 2 (04/30/2020)
Alternative Plans for VBS (04/29/2020)
Mental Health for Young People During COVID-19 – Part 1 (04/23/2020)
Communicating Grief Through Holy Listening (04/07/2020)
Government Loans During COVID-19 Crisis (03/31/2020)
This webinar is currently unavailable.
Basic Video Skills (03/25/2020)
Streaming Worship Online (03/17/2020)
Using ZOOM to Keep Church Connection (03/16/2020)
Beyond Washing Your Hands (Pastoral Care Advice from Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare)