This Webinar took place on March 17, 2021
Join us virtually to hear Dr. Chris Gambill at the Center for Congregational Health report on research conducted during the last year showing how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted faith communities in both expected and unexpected ways. This webinar will explore what is happening in congregational life, particularly in North Carolina, and look at emerging trends that may define the future of faith communities. Topics that will be addressed in the webinar include:
- Financial giving
- Congregational thriving and vitality
- Relationships inside and outside the congregation
- Congregations and community engagement
- Attendance and participation IRL (in real life)
- New metrics for measuring thriving
Dr. Gambill has been with the Center for Congregational Health since its beginning in 1992 and currently directs the Center’s work. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University (B.A.), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Capella University (Ph.D.). Chris is also an ordained Baptist minister and has served previously as a pastor, interim pastor and as a campus minister at UNC-Charlotte, NC State University, and Appalachian State University. He and his wife Joy also served as student workers in Taiwan, Republic of China. He has extensive experience helping individuals and groups in managing interpersonal and intergroup conflict; developing capacity and skill in utilizing emotional intelligence; creating participative processes for strategic planning; facilitating staff team development; improving job performance; developing effective communication and dialogue processes; and providing individual and team leadership coaching.
To register for this FREE virtual webinar click on THIS LINK. Once you are registered information on how to connect to the webinar will be emailed to you closer to the date of the event.
There is limited seating so register now while spaces are still available!
This free event is provided by the FaithHealth Division of Wake Forest Baptist Health, including CareNet Counseling and the Center for Congregational Health.