Storytelling Workshop (Virtual)
Saturday, November 7, 2020

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NYAC Archives and History Ministries Presents
Storytelling: How to Speak Truth to Power in Challenging Times

Influence | Teach | Inspire | Encourage

Everyone loves a good story. And deep inside, most of us have a good story. But not everyone can tell a good story.

The great news is that anyone can learn to be a good teller of stories. And storytellers can be impactful. With this understanding, the New York Annual Conference has partnered with our Commission on Archives and History to offer a unique opportunity to select a group of clergy and laity interested in honing their storytelling skills with two masterful and renowned professional storytellers— Sheila Arnold and Donald Davis.

This FREE, storytelling workshop will take place on Saturday, November 7, 2020 virtually on Zoom. To ensure optimal learning during this full day event, registration will be strictly limited to 30 participants who will have the opportunity to take part in a broad range of activities, including a performance by our two facilitators, a plenary session, two interactive workshops, breakouts for deeper, individualized learning and more.

To take part in the workshop, you must register as soon as possible. *Please note that space is limited to 30 participants and other criteria designed to ensure even and equitable representation of both clergy and laity throughout the Conference.

Register today to find your story, develop your voice and make an impact.

*A recorded version of this live event will be made available for viewing after the workshop.