The Church and Covid-19: Jonny Pollock

Over the next few weeks the podcast will host several conversations with local church leaders that will explore some of the ways their ministry has had to adapt owing to the current pandemic. There will be contributions from a range of leaders from a number of different church backgrounds. As well as reflecting on some of what they are having to do differently, the leaders will also have the opportunity to talk a little about what might change in the new normal.

Getting the series underway is Jonny Pollock. Jonny – from Belfast – is a church planter working with Calvary Church in Loughrea, County Galway. Feel free to contact Jonny via Twitter (⁦@jonnypollock) if you would be interested in exploring some resources that help in taking church online, or find out more about Calvary Church from their website (https://www.calvarychurchloughrea.com).

The plan is that the podcast episodes will go online on Tuesdays and Thursdays: future guests include Phil Emerson and Andrew Roycroft. It’s possible to subscribe to the podcasts, including via Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

3 thoughts on “The Church and Covid-19: Jonny Pollock

  1. “The most dangerous thing that a pastor can have at this time is time and no one to meet with because all the plans we wanted to bring out, all the strategies that we want to perfect we are putting so much time and effort into what we can do and what we want to do we are not really asking the question what we should be doing… Just because we can do things does not mean we ought to.”
    – Some Great stuff here guys thank you for taking the time

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