Belmont University, Nashville, TN
April 18, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Transitioning to the Digital Communication World
Now that your church is ready to communicate in the age of the Internet, the next steps can be daunting. What exactly does a communication director do? How do you manage a Facebook page? How important is your print newsletter? What do you do with email? And what are you missing? We’ll talk about all these needs and more as your church transitions to the digital communication world. We’ll also discuss the rewards as well as the risks of how and when to use social media for your church and as an individual in ways you may not have considered yet. Question and answer time will be provided.
Our workshop presenter for the morning is Natalie Aho. Natalie is the Interactive Communications Specialist for Baptist News Global. In addition, she works as a communications specialist for the Alabama Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and as a communications consultant for the Center for Healthy Churches. She brings years of experience in both social media and church engagement to the workshop.
Cost: $40 – Includes Breakfast & Materials
To register go to www.belmont.edu/ifbl and click on the “Upcoming Events” tab.
(For information on how to register more than one participant from the same organization, contact Jon Roebuck, 615.460.6073 or firstname.lastname@example.org.)