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What To Do Post-Easter 2022? Start Planning For Easter 2023 [Webinar]


Planning for Easter is generally done a month or two prior to the event, yet the best time to create a foundational strategy for Easter is immediately after it. 

The Accidental Church Communicator is hosting a live webinar titled “Planning Easter 2023” — it’s not a typo. It’s for Easter 2023, not Easter 2022!

Barbara Carneiro

The webinar will be held on April 25, 2022 from 1 – 2pm EST. Registration for “Planning Easter 2023” is now available.

This event is mainly designed for lead pastors, executive pastors and church communicators. 

Barbara Carneiro, Senior Strategist at Word Revolution and Founder of The Accidental Church Communicator plans to bring attendees through a very practical session to create a plan for next year’s Easter services, independent of your budget or theme. 

This event will address topics such as:

  • Planning ahead to optimize time and resources
  • Timelines and checklists
  • Repeatable processes
  • Automation and delegation

Registration is currently open and available

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