Month of Ministry 2024

by | Nov 20, 2023

Month of Ministry 2024: Share, Network, Grow & Enjoy!

We’re officially announcing the Month of Ministry 2024, an enlightening initiative running from 1 February to 29 February 2024! This provides an incredible chance for all OneSpirit Interfaith Ministers to showcase their work on social media using a series of prompts released daily. To participate, simply use the hashtag #MonthOfMinistry.

The Month of Ministry is steered by Rev Jo Royle and backed by Rev Sass Adams with Spiritunity. The event cultivates a wider reach for interfaith ministers and enables the sharing of experiences, beliefs, and accomplishments with a larger audience. It offers an excellent avenue to foster and fortify networks within the community. With support from us at OneSpirit, and OSMIC, we’re sure this will be a month full of inspiration! 

Support & Mastermind Group:

In conjunction with the main event, they’re offering four journaling sessions that address prompt themes between November 2023 and January 2024. They’re also conducting a ‘Social Media for Spiritual Businesses’ online talk on 19 January 2024, which endeavours to guide individuals in crafting a successful social media strategy.

Rev Sass Adams will facilitate the Month of Ministry Social Media Mastermind Group that aims to augment your online business presence. This group is ideal for those keen on fully optimizing their social media platforms. The sessions promise not just valuable social media skills but also aid in crafting a network of like-minded individuals and navigating social media growth in a spiritual setting.

Take part in this inspiring Month of Ministry, foster growth, generate connections, and uplift your digital presence in the ministry!

Download the prompts and sign up for the Social Media Circle on their website to participate.

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