Townley to Teach us to Make Worship a Bridge to Our Community


United Methodist worship specialist, coach, and author Cathy Townley will visit North Georgia this April to discuss ways relevant and creative worship can accelerate the connections you make with people in your neighborhood.

She will lead a workshop April 18 from 9 am to 2:30 pm at Hickory Flat UMC in Canton. Cost is $35 per person and includes resources and lunch. 

Some of the topics she'll broach include the pre-worship gathering, the first 10 minutes of your service, how to make a digital impact, how to bring people back next week, and technology use that scales from smaller to larger churches. 

A former church planter and worship leader, Townley's heart and passion is to help churches return to the heart of worship in a way that connects with the very persons in their community that they want to reach. Her newest project is Building Worship Bridges, a book and workbook written to provide practical content for worship-outreach, with co-authors Kay Kotan and Bishop Robert Farr of Missouri.

Register for Building Worship Bridges at

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