Moving Worship Attendees to Sunday School

At SSI:TN, pastors from different size churches have been enlisted to share their stories.  The evening begins with a panel discussion before the conferees break up into small group.  In Tullahoma, Randall Jackson and Larry Yarborough , pastors of Covenant Baptist Church in Brentwoodand First Baptist Church in Gallatin , were asked about moving worship attendees to Sunday School. 

Today, most people will attend the worship service prior to  going to a Sunday School or to a small group.   In this video, Larry Yarborough responds to this issue. 

Sunday School Investigation offers breakout conferences for pastors, ministers of Education, and Sunday School Directors, Preschool, Children, Youth, and Adult leaders.  All but one event  begins at 6:30 and conclude at 9:00 PM.  In Nashville, the event will begin at 9:00 and conclude at Noon.  SSI: TN is requires no advance registration.  These conferences are available thanks to your church’s gifts to the Cooperative Program and participating associations. 

Visit our web site at www.equippingu.org For each SSI conference location, a complete list of breakouts being offered, directions to the host church, and available publicity items.

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About drmarkmiller

I serve as the Sunday School, Discipleship, Small Groups Specialist for the Tennessee Baptist Convention
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One Response to Moving Worship Attendees to Sunday School

  1. Howard Fuller says:

    Mark,
    Thanks fo the video on moving worship attenders to SS. Our facilities are similar to Larry’s. Signage and Welcome center personell are very important to helping people move to a SS class. The pastors words during and at the end of worship is very important.
    Your Friend,
    Howard

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