How can we “love God” more? What can we give him poor as we are? Let’s work with our minds and hands on new ways to give him our hearts. We will meet in a three-hour Zoom workshop to collaborate, creating worship and devotional items for churches, small groups, and families to use for Advent. We will use breakout rooms to connect, giving our creativity and time to offer our words and praise in different ways than we have before. This session will be recorded for limited-time future reference and to fulfill the requirements for the 0.3 CEUs available. If you choose, you will also have the opportunity to collaborate further and share your initial ideas. You will be provided with follow-up ideas and resources to continue creating after this event.
The one required Zoom meeting will be held on November 13th from 6 pm – 9 pm EST and will be recorded. This course is different in that the Blackboard interactions the week of the Zoom session are optional.
This course is eligible for 0.3 CEUs.
Number of weeks: 1
Required books: No
Zoom: Yes, required
Certification or Series: No
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About the Instructor
Teryl Cartwright is a writer, teacher, and certified lay servant in the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church.
While working for The United Methodist Stewardship Foundation she created curriculum and devotions on generosity and stewardship, developed donation letters and legacy requests for churches, and helped win their first grant with a new ministry model for “paying it forward.” During the pandemic, she helped a Lutheran church win a grant to add more fresh produce to their food pantry distributions for those suffering from food insecurity.
She was part of the Laity Leadership Academy offered in 2022 by The United Methodist Foundation of Pennsylvania and is offering this course in gratitude for the free training given to her cohort in the Susquehanna Conference.