Presentation: Faith formation practices of the church
Presentation: Faith formation practices of the church

On Saturday, February 23, our Lisa Kimball and Kyle Oliver gave the keynote workshop at the annual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Easton.

Entitled “Hidden Blessings, Visible Blessings: A Day of Worship and Learning to Reconnect with the Faith Formation Practices of the Church,” it built on the work of faith formation giant Maria Harris and lifted up stories and best practices from the area and from around the country.

If you’d like some inspiration for how teaching, proclamation, prayer, service, and fellowship can help shape the faith of your community, look no further.

You can watch the entire presentation here (with worship components removed), or check out some of the clips below. Special thanks to Tom Brackett for helping make this recording possible.

The Facts

The Catechumenate

Learning from Experience

Proclamation: An Example

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Lisa Kimball (@kimball_lisa) is the director of the Center for the Ministry of Teaching and professor of Christian education at Virginia Theological Seminary. Kyle Oliver (@kmoliver) is the digital missioner and learning lab coordinator in the Center for the Ministry of Teaching.

View the whole presentation here, and let us know what you think.

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