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Some chewier reflections on new media

Several people I know have waved their arms excitedly about the New Media Project and I’d like to commend it to you as well. Founded in 2010 and based at the Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, the New Media Project aims to “[help] religious leaders become theologically savvy about technology.” Continue reading

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Is ‘unfriending’ un-Christian?

I’ll bet we have all unfriended or been unfriended at some point, and for a variety of reasons; some good, some not so good, some totally bizarre. Are our socmed practices a reflection of our faith, or do we even think about that? Continue reading

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Top Notch tips from Vancouver

As we talked about ministry from music to Facebook, Randy pulled up a document that he provides to New Westminster parishes as they compose or revise their websites. Below, you’ll find Randy Murray’s “top notch tips.” Do you find them helpful? Let us know! Continue reading

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Good content = good vacation

If you’re reading this right now, you may be one of the few in your workplace that has not yet skedaddled to the beach/cottage/cabin. Before you take your turn to skedaddle, take a look at your church website. Continue reading

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Quick link: Five principles of Church website design

Why the why matters most when it comes to your parish website. Continue reading

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Finding your voice on your church website

The “voice” of your website is the tone that you are setting. It is key in telling people who you are and welcoming them into deeper conversation. It will be different for each church community and it’s worth some intentional thinking. Continue reading

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