RE-GATHERING: A 2-STEP PROCESS (AT LEAST)
Laura Stephens-Reed, invites congregations to “[challenge] the pandemic’s lingering power over us by getting playful with the absurdity and isolation of the past year”. We’ve added to her list to create a plethora of “it’s-great-to-be-back-together” fun and games.
But there is also real work that needs to happen. Conversations that inform every aspect of congregational life will help folks transition – together – from pre-pandemic “normal” to post-pandemic transformation – with greater grace and ease than pretending we can just get back to the way things were.
Find tips for the fun – and the serious work – here.