Carolina Black Clergy COVID Webinar Series
In the African spirit of Ujima, the annual conferences of the Carolinas of The United Methodist Church have partnered together to offer a 12-part webinar series to address
- self-care and care of neighbor
- social media ministry and
- social injustices (e.g. health, economic, social) pertaining to the pandemic so that fruitful ministry can bring discipleship growth amid a pandemic.
With Chris L. Brady, Raleigh, NC; William Barber, Goldsboro, NC; William Lee, Roanoke, VA; Reverend Tamell Green, Columbia, SC; Michael McBride, Oakland, CA; Diamond Nurse, Charlotte, NC; Chanequa Walker-Barnes, Atlanta, GA; Janet Hudson, Columbia, SC; Juanita C Rasmus, Houston, TX; Rochelle T. Parks, Washington, DC; John M. Ray, Fayetteville, NC.
These weekly Tuesday webinars, sponsored by the North Carolina Conference, South Carolina Conference, and the Western North Carolina Conference, will be offered July 7 through September 22, 10 am-11 am EST, via Zoom at no cost to the participant.
Laity are also invited to join in most of these sessions. Weekly registration, however, is required.
July 14, 2020
“How to Live a BOD4GOD Lifestyle” with Rochelle T. Parks, Health Motivator
This webinar will highlight the importance of “eating to live” and not “living to eat” as a defense to COVID19. This information will identify the direct correlation between what we eat and our current health/how we feel. We will also learn that although exercise is only 20% of the equation, it is still a vital part of living a BOD4GOD lifestyle.