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Gen Z and the Church
Tuesday, January 26, 2021 | 1:00pm – 2:30pm
$15.00 Webinar Access
Transform Minnesota is hosting a 4-part monthly webinar series spanning from January to April. January’s webinar features Savannah Kimberlin, Director of Published Research at Barna Group.
In 2017, Barna Group produced Gen Z: The Culture, Beliefs and Motivations Shaping the Next Generation. At the time, this was their most comprehensive research on the perceptions, experiences, and motivations of 13- to 18-year-olds. 2020 has significantly impacted Gen Z, particularly in how their worldview relates to Christianity and culture. Over the past year, Barna Group has developed their Gen Z Vol. 2 research which is set to release on January 27th.
Barna Group’s findings include studies conducted during COVID-19. In this exclusive access webinar, Savannah will provide insight into the complexity and unique opportunity in discipling this influential generation. Christian Gen Z individuals continue to ask questions about today’s most critical issues, and they are still hopeful that the Church will provide tangible answers. Join us as we study Barna Group’s research for application in youth ministries, fellowship, and discipleship here in our communities and congregations. We look forward to having you join us as we invest in Gen Z.
Please note that this webinar will not be recorded. To have access to the content and the community of the group, you will need to be present on Tuesday, January 26 at 1pm CST.
Savannah Kimberlin | Barna Group
Savannah is Barna Group’s Director of Published Research. She oversees the research and development of a wide array of published products and client-commissioned work, including Barna Group monographs and digital resources. Savannah loves facilitating Barna Group’s vision to provide the Church with the knowledge to navigate a changing world.
As a certified data miner and predictive modeler, Savannah specializes in advanced analytics. Prior to her time at Barna Group, she worked in big data and software development spaces.
She earned her B.S. in Mathematics from Samford University and her M.S. in Decision Analytics from the University of Alabama. Savannah currently lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband Josh.
There will be a maximum of 25 individuals at the webinar to allow for in-depth conversation and Q&A with our speakers. This formatting is geared towards group conversation and active participation with other Twin Cities pastors and ministry leaders.
Registration and attendance at this webinar will grant you exclusive access to be a part of Barna CoLab at a discounted rate. The CoLab is a 6-week learning cohort that will give leaders relevant insights based on Barna research and helpful tools to provide them with ways to discern and interpret Gen Z culture and their context.
We encourage you to reserve your spot early. You can request to register on Zoom, and if space is still available you will be sent a Square Invoice once your request is approved. Your registration will not be complete until the invoice is paid. Once approved, you will be sent a link to access the webinar.