How might Christian communities flourish in a rapidly changing social media landscape?
Saturday, March 10, 2017 from 10 am – 3:30 pm
Fourth Presbyterian Church, Buchanan Chapel
126 E Chestnut Street, Chicago, IL 60611
Deadline to register and for parking is March 1.
Lunch is included.
Email Stine@chipres.org for validated parking.
Have you ever wondered:
• Why is social media use a source of meaning and power in people’s lives?
• How do the values and practices of new media shape the human experience, and therefore, the experience of God’s love?
• What would it look like to live a life of righteousness, peace, and joy in the context of social media?
This workshop explores these questions and more, while giving you the tools to continue the conversation in the context of your Christian community.
Our workshop leader, Angela Gorrell, Ph.D, is in Practical Theology. An Associate Research Scholar at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Dr. Gorrell is a lecturer at Yale Divinity School and Yale College teaching courses that integrate theology, philosophy, church, ministry, education, and culture. Additionally, Dr. Gorrell is an ordained pastor in the Mennonite Church USA.