What's Working for Groups During the Pandemic?

Keeping members engaged means going back to the basics.

The pandemic has created numerouos challenges for running and maintaining small groups. And yet, we were created for fellowship so we need to do whatever it takes to stay connected.

Join Bill Search, author of Small Group Essentials 2nd edition, Amber Stewart, Discipleship Support and First Impressions Director at New Hope Baptist Church in Atlanta, and Ryan Hartwig, author of Leading Small Groups that Thrive, as they explore how to clarify the non-negotiables that need to continue with a small group ministry and some surprisingly low-tech ways to keep a sense of community alive.

Watch the free entire webinar for even more insights on doing small groups during a pandemic.

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