Ministry and Technology
How can communications tools, from Facebook to projectors, enhance our mission work instead of being just another “to-do”? This section explores how churches can communicate wisely using online tools and physical technology.
“Are you answering work email?” I was. It was about 9:30, and my wife, son and I had just returned home from evening prayer. It been out the door shortly after 5am to prepare for a 7:30 meeting, and a day filled with the usual mix of church and communications. And she called me on it. Continue reading
Google has started to offer CRA registered non-profits—including churches—$10,000 in Google AdWord advertising per month, for free. Find out how your parish can take advantage! Continue reading
Amazing. Astounding. We were surrounded by the community of believers. And while I do believe the Communion of Saints is always present, yesterday experienced something new: the gift of a community gathered in the here-and-now, despite our limitations. As one colleague said earlier today, “Limitation? What’s that?” Continue reading
We’d like to invite you to join us for a baptism! Because in many ways, The Community is a community of faith, and one our family is connected to, as we explore new ways of building community and supporting one another. Continue reading
Leaving technology behind seems, at first, like a noble goal. Before the Internet, relationships we simpler, right? Before the Internet, we didn’t think about addictions to technology, right? Continue reading
The Rev. Ryan Sim is a church planter who created Redeem the Commute, an app for commuters that is ultimately designed to grow a church in Ajax, Ont. I interviewed him to check in on this interesting ministry. Continue reading