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Hybrid Worship: Transformative Worship Experiences for Online and In-Person Expressions of Church

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The year 2020 brought about seismic shifts in the way we engage in weekly worship, but the Good News of Jesus Christ has remains the same.

In this new season of ministry, you need a strategy for telling the old story in whatever setting you find your church can gather in.

Hybrid Worship draws on Jason Moore's deep experience in curating innovative worship gatherings to give you the tools to develop your own experience that engages your congregation's physical and digital communities.

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  • Thursdays from 6:30pm -8:30pm Eastern
  • Dates: April 15, 22, 29 and May 6
  • Presenter: Jason Moore

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The timeless truths of the Gospel must be translated for both online and in-person audiences, and that doesn’t happen automatically or without intention. The momentum many churches have gained throughout the global pandemic in online worship can continue and even be built upon. Or we could easily revert to what worship looked like prior to its arrival and lose many of the gains we’ve made during this season of innovation.

Join author, coach and creative worship specialist Jason Moore for a three part Hybrid Worship Track for the Resilient Church Academy to explore ideas, strategies and best practices for engaging in transformative worship in this present time. The training will explore 9 strategies for how to tell the story in a new time, 3 strategies for how to create BOTH/AND hybrid worship where neither online or in-person audiences feel like an afterthought, as well as how to build a robust plan for first impressions/guest readiness and so much more.

Session 1:Telling the Old Story in a New Time

In the first training, we’ll frame the conversation by considering how stories go from book to film form. We’ll learn why we should and how to consolidate, adapt, reimagine, embrace the limits of two settings, build community, deal with technology, copyright and more. This primer on online worship, with some in-person considerations included, will set the table for our second training which will dig deep into hybrid worship.

Session 2: BOTH/AND: Hybrid Worship That Works for Online and In Person Audiences

We’ll take the lessons of part 1, and build upon them to consider how to create worship where both our online and in-person audiences feel like they are the primary audience. No one wants to feel like an afterthought. Without a sound strategy, we may inadvertently turn the in-person audience into a “studio audience” for the people watching at home - or (more likely) we’ll speak only to the people in the building and make those watching online like observers rather than participants. We’ll outline and dig deep in to three primary strategies: Pre-Both/And Worship, Real-Time Both And Worship and Post-Both/And Worship. And we’ll learn how to audit every experience you create to insure that both audiences are considered.

Sessiom 3: BOTH/AND: Hybrid Worship That Works for Online and In Person Audiences - Part 2

Session 4: Guest Readiness Best Practices for In-Person and Online worship

Hospitality looks different in the age of COVID, but it is still extremely important. In this session, we’ll look at the top 5 questions that regulars and guests alike are thinking but will never take the time to ask. In order to earn the second, third and ongoing visits from our guests - online and in-person - we must be poised to receive them. You’ll walk away from this session resourced for how to build a robust plan to build meaningful and lasting relationships regardless of how people engage with you (online or in-person).

Your Presenter: Jason Moore


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Known for his pioneering work in collaborative worship design and guest readiness, Jason Moore has devoted the last two plus decades to resources development, training, and coaching & consulting that works for local churches of all sizes, worship styles and means.

The author of 10 books, Jason has designed worship alongside such leaders as Nona Jones, Adam Hamilton, Michael Slaughter, Tony Campolo, Brian McClaren and Leonard Sweet. He has also lead hundreds of seminars and keynote addresses across North America - teaching in 47 states of the 50 states in the USA.

Jason began his ministry in the late 90s at Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church in Tipp City, Ohio and later went on to co-found Midnight Oil Productions. In addition to Midnight Oil, Jason has worked with numerous denominations as a creativity consultant, media producer and trainer.

In the secular world, Jason has collaborated with several Hollywood producers in film and television, and has produced numerous book trailers for New York Times best selling authors such as Ariana Huffington, Seth Godin, Robert Greene, Ryan Holiday and Mark Ecko.

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