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Send Me hosts workshops intended to strengthen churches, nonprofits, and ministries as they seek to engage their communities and effectively equip volunteers. Topics and workshop format are informed by the needs, challenges, and opportunities of our network and are delivered by Send Me staff or area practitioners.  By registering for a Send Me training, you agree to receive future e-blasts, event alerts, and a bi-annual training mailing.  You can always unsubscribe or email if you would not like to receive these communications.

*NOTE* Plans for Fall 2021: As we navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Send Me will continue to monitor trends/guidance provided by the CDC and local municipalities and will make adjustments if necessary.  Please watch our website and email communications for the most up-to-date information regarding workshop/event locations and masking policies. Thanks for your understanding as we all work to keep our community safe.

*NOTE* Update on Timely Topics: For the past year, Send Me has offered Timely Topics - trainings informed by what is happening in the current season of ministry.  While the impetus for these workshops was the COVID-19 crisis, we have seen the value of being flexible with our trainings and may offer additional Timely Topics in the future. Be on the lookout!

“More Than an Arch” Bus Tour Featuring a Follow-up Discussion and Lunch Oct 7 2021 - 9:00am - 1:00pm To effectively engage our communities, we must know the story of why things are the way they are.  In an effort to move beyond a traditional workshop, Send Me has partnered with the Missouri Historical Society and See STL for an engaging bus tour.
Asset-Based Community Development: What Can it Teach us About Healthy Community Engagement? Oct 26 2021 - 9:00am - 11:00am For some, the pandemic exposed a lack of connection to and understanding of their communities.  Moving out of the immediate COVID crisis, churches and nonprofits have the opportunity to rethink how they engage, serve, and love their communities.  One important tool for healthy engagement is Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD). 
4th Quarter Christian Volunteer Managers Network Meeting Nov 9 2021 - 9:00am - 11:00am Join local volunteer managers for the final CVMN Meeting of 2021. This quarter’s topic will be chosen by those who attend the 3rd quarter meeting.