There are a number of non-profits and ministries engaging in “fairs.” Virtual Ministry Fairs are used as opportunities to introduce the ministry and grow their audience. Take a virtual tour to see how some are creating Virtual Ministry Fairs through picture galleries, video, podcasts, etc. to propel and support a multi-facet people in a global world. Click on the links and videos to begin perusing. Browse this page and go back to Page 1, E-Learning, Online for Your Convenience if you have not perused that page.
Note: Zoom is not the only option for meeting audiences and holding classes. Other platforms as Facebook and Google YouTube are expanding face-to-face connections for meetings globally.
- Photo Galleries (abyssinian.org) Abyssinian Baptist Church of New York
- Podcasts, Videos, and Live Streaming – Holy Family Church
- Worship Arts Academy – The Lake of the Woods Church (lowchurch.org)
- Video Archive – Antioch Baptist Church
Invite potential audiences to join them via upcoming Zoom classes. Instructions were placed on their website giving them control of the audience in a safe environment.
Nativity Parish Burke
This college student invited young people to become a part of Virtual College Ministry (home away from home via Zoom). Campus ministry started in 2016 and now use Zoom to engage and grow.
YOUR CHOICE OF RESOURCES – Even if you are unsure of how to get started, there are available resources that could match your needs. Reach out to the ministry resources on our pages. Connect with National, State and local organizations for contacts and available resources. Inquire about the availability of funds in this environment of COVID-19 for non-profit organizations and ministries. Check to see if companies as Virtual Ministry Assistants or PastorsLine | Best Bulk Text Messaging Service For Churches is right for you. While they may offer a variety of choices, you choose based on your budget and wishes. Here is an example of an upcoming resource to address Virtual Churches/Non-Profit concerns in a Forum.