Advent is one of the most important times on the church calendar. We spend the month of December anticipating and contemplating the arrival of the Christ child and everything that means to us.

But this year is different. A pandemic has separated most of our congregations. How we typically celebrate the Christmas season at our churches has changed.

What can we do to draw both our in-person and on-line congregations into the celebration of Advent in a meaningful way?

This FREE short, Masterclass will give you the answer in the form of a beautiful, interactive Advent Program and display that can be easily constructed and used at Advent for years to come.

“This was incredibly helpful. I shared your thoughts with my church community and they loved it. We usually do some sort of creative experience around Advent and this year we were struggling to find out what to do and how.” Michael, Glendale, AZ

It’s a creative Covid-Ready Advent program.

I’m Scott McElroy, director of the New Renaissance Arts Movement, “Connecting and Equipping Artists and Churches for Inspired Creativity” and author of the InterVarsity Press book, Creative Church Handbook: Releasing the Power of the Arts in Your Congregation. I specialize in discovering practical, artful ways for churches to share God’s messages using the arts and creativity.

In this FREE short Masterclass I’ll walk you through the construction and execution of a this Covid-Ready Advent program and display that will bring the Advent season to life for your congregation. They’ll be invited to contribute their prayerful expressions

weekly–either in-person or on-line–to this interactive display and their reflections will personalize the weekly Advent topics of Hope, Faith, Joy, Peace and the light of Christ.

Simply sign up to watch the recording of the live masterclass. You’ll have access to be able to download it, too! (We ask that you have anyone you want to show it to also register here before viewing!)

This FREE event is presented by the New Renaissance Arts Movement, a 501c3 non-profit through ACT International.