Are you looking for ways to make your parish more inclusive and welcoming to all members of your faith community? Do you want to ensure that everyone feels comfortable and included during Mass, including persons with sensory processing differences?
If so, then you won't want to miss our 4-part training on hosting sensory-friendly Masses at your parish! This comprehensive program will cover all the important considerations when planning a sensory-friendly liturgy, including lighting, music, and seating arrangements.
But we won't stop there! Our program will also cover important topics related to hospitality and evangelization so that your parish can create an atmosphere of belonging for all. We'll cover how to increase awareness of sensory processing differences, and how to promote sensory-friendly Masses to the wider community.
By attending our training, you'll gain the knowledge and skills needed to make your parish a truly welcoming faith community. You'll be equipped with practical tools and strategies to ensure that everyone feels valued and included during Mass, no matter their needs.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn and grow as a parish community! Register now for our 4-part training on hosting sensory-friendly Masses at your parish, and take the first step towards creating a more inclusive and welcoming community.
Join us on the following Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00 PM ET:
7/12 - Planning the Liturgy: Important Considerations
7/19 - Hospitality, Welcoming & Belonging
7/26 - Preparing Your Parish: Awareness & Advertising
And join us again on Saturday, July 29 from 12:00-4:00 PM ET
In this workshop the 5 steps of implementation will be reviewed and timelines considered.
Time will be allotted to work together to set parish goals for hostingSensory Friendly Masses.
Single Ticket: $70
Group of 3-9 is 10% discount: $63
Group of 10-20 is 15% discount: $59.50
All registrants will receive an email with one Zoom link for use on all Wednesday sessions,
and an additional Zoom link for use for the Saturday workshop.
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Noelle implemented Sensory Friendly Masses in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. She currently serves as a Campus Minister at the University of Dayton, and is a member of NCPD’s Council on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities.