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Communication is Key: Healthy church strategies for websites, social media, email and personal & congregational communication
In partnership with NAME
9 am – 3 pm (an optional tutorial is available from 3-4 pm)

Learn why communication is a key practice for a healthy congregation.

The Center for Congregational Health will share an overview of our research of the four key practices for a healthy congregation and the cultural shifts in communication processes.
We will discuss internal communication skills: person-to-person, congregation & staff, feedback, and more – all as the congregation relates to its own members.
We will share external communication skills: websites, social media, print media, email newsletters, policy, caution and more – all as the congregation relates to its community.  
The internal communication skills portion of the conference will be led by either Dr. Bill Wilson, President of the Center, or Dr. Chris Gambill, Manager, Congregational Health Services at the Center. Bill has served local faith communities for 33 years. Chris manages the consultation and emotional intelligence training ministries.
The external communication skills portion of the conference will be led by Natalie Aho, Communications Specialist for the Center. Natalie is also a communications specialist for the Associated Baptist Press and Alabama CBF. She is earning her Masters in Interactive Media.

$125/person – lunch is included. For a group of 3 or more from the same congregation/staff*, the cost is reduced to $100/person. Registration is limited, so please register early. Feel free to bring a laptop or iPad. Parking instructions will be provided.

Learn more and register at or *contact Robin Danner at or 336.716.9722.