Key Ministry is launching a brand new training called the JAM* Session (*Jumpstarting an All-Inclusive Ministry) on March 18 at the Vineyard in Cincinnati. This day-long training is designed for children’s pastors and volunteers who want in-depth training on creating and managing an effective special needs ministry. Topics include
*Information on common disabilities and the effects on faith development
*Administrative issues, policies and procedures
*Recruiting and training volunteers
*Communicating effectively with parents
*Modifying curriculum and managing behavior
We’ve got a great lineup of speakers, too!
Harmony Hensley, Pastor of Outreach and Inclusion at the Vineyard in Cincinnati
Libby Peterson, Director of Family Ministries at Bay Presbyterian Church, Bay Village, OH
Amanda Mooney, Director of Religious Education at St. Gabriels Parish, Concorde, OH
Dr. Steve Grcevich, Child Psychiatrist and President of Key Ministry
But wait…there’s MORE~
Each participant will leave with materials ready to use at church, plus a hot-off-the-presses copy of our new toolkit, the KeyRing Binder.
So, you’re probably wondering how much this is going to cost.
Not one thin dime.
Just like all Key Ministry products and trainings, this is absolutely free of charge.
For more information, or to register, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org