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Leading a group on Zoom advice?
Old 01-18-2021, 10:35 AM
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I lead a group through my church. We started in September 2019, and then obviously went remote in March. We did do some outdoor socially distanced events in the summer/Fall when the weather was nice, but other than that, we have been meeting weekly on Zoom.

We are a pretty eclectic group as far as personalities and interests go. We are united in terms of meeting together to do Bible study, but we probably wouldn't naturally become a super close group of friends. We don't naturally click, but I think there are still a number of people who enjoy each other's company.

As the year has worn on, I've found it more and more difficult to lead and engage on Zoom. People are still coming, but just aren't all there. We've had a few drop out. It just has lost a lot of it's energy. Honestly, we were still trying to gain momentum when the pandemic hit.

Any advice for helping the group move forward/stay engaged? I think people are really tired of Zoom, even though I try to make it enjoyable.


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