Are You Tech Savvie?

September 3, 2020

Our Temporary Administrator for the Diocese, Bishop Ed Scharfenberger is working with Leadership Roundtable and a group of volunteers to hold Zoom conversations with parishioners from all across our Diocese during the weeks of September 28 and October 5.  This is part of a Renewal initiative across the Diocese.

They will be running 8 sessions  each week and need some volunteers who can help them “manage and produce” these Zoom events.

The conversations will take place from 7-8:30 pm Monday through Thursday evenings during those weeks.  Volunteers are needed to help the Diocese set up these Zoom events for up to 100 people and to arrange for potential break out sessions during these events. 

If you are tech savvy and can help please contact Eileen Warner at ewarner@buffalodiocese.org  

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