To build a church community, you must meet people where they are - and many are on LinkedIn.
In today's digital landscape, having an effective website is no longer a mere suggestion for local churches but an essential part of ministry. Here are three reasons why we believe that every church should invest in making its website the best it can be.
In our Bytes From The Warden series, a local churchwarden shares his insights and observations about effective ministry. Today we look at the communication challenges often found in local churches and possible solutions.
When I was a young boy, our week had a familiar rhythm, starting with church every Sunday. It was a gathering of families as well as friends with everyone dressed in their finest.
When someone says the word church, most people think of a physical building - perhaps their own parish church or maybe St Paul’s Cathedral if they live in London.
Technology in itself is neither good nor bad. As stated in Colossians 1:16 For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him.
In this age we live in, it seemed for a long time that there was a space for everyone on the internet except Christians and the Church. However, to quote one of Ernest Hemingway’s characters “gradually then suddenly”, the presence of Christianity on the internet has exploded.
Advent is the season of expectation, preparation, and watchfulness as Christians prepare themselves to celebrate the coming or, in Latin, adventus of the Messiah and, of course, we look ahead to His second coming at the end of time.
The Anglican Communion is the third-largest Christian communion in the world with over 85 million members and like other faith communities, it is doing its best to adapt to the digital world we live in.