New On-Demand Course Available Through the Center for Congregations

Introducing a FREE (yes, I said free!) on-demand course, Congregations Connecting with Young Adults: An Interview with Rev. Dr. Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, based on the findings from the Faith Communities Today (FACT) 2015 Engaging Young Adults Report, written by our own CARD Director.

This is a GREAT resource for congregations looking for ways to engage in or revitalize young adult ministries.  Once registered, you’ll have access to a series of 6 video interviews to hear Kristina discuss what congregations can learn from this important research as well as apply within their unique contexts.

Each video is topical and runs between 5 – 8 minutes. In addition, you’ll receive a group reflection worksheet and recommendations for additional information. The beauty in the on-demand format is you may review everything at your own pace, stop and return when it’s convenient for you. Only one caveat: We do not suggest accessing the course from a mobile device due to variances in accessibility. The course is best viewed on a laptop or desktop computer.

To register for the course you’ll need to enter the following required information:

  • Email Address
  • First and Last Name
  • Congregation Name
  • City and State

You may register for the course and free resources by clicking here. This is just one of the ways in which the United Church of Christ is participating in wider church research projects and conversations!

taylorTaylor B. Russell is the Research Specialist for the UCC Center for Analytics, Research and Data. She has served in the national setting of the denomination for 17 years and recently graduated with a Master of Arts in Global Interactions at Cleveland State University

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