Churches Welcome The Digital Age

Churches have been using digital tools and platforms to communicate with their congregation.

With the rise of technology and social media, churches have realised the importance of connecting with their members online, especially during the pandemic when in-person gatherings were limited.

They have also been using various digital tools to reach out to their members, including social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as video conferencing platforms like Zoom and Skype. Some churches have also developed their own apps and websites to provide their congregation with online resources such as Two Way (PRIVATE) SMS (a bit like WhatsApp but private), including worship services, devotionals, and community events.

In addition to digital communication, some churches have also incorporated technology into their worship services, such as using projectors and screens to display hymn lyrics and sermon notes or live streaming their services online for those unable to attend in person.

Overall, churches have recognised the importance of adapting to the digital age to better connect with their congregation and provide them with the resources and support they need including Video Marketing,

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QR codes can be displayed outside and inside a church that, when scanned, an online form such as this example will appear on the church visitor’s phone creating a database of church members.

The church can send messages by SMS calling them into services, similar to bell ringing except more members can be reached by SMS.

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22 The Spens,
Cookham Road, Maidenhead, SL6 7EQ, Berkshire, United Kingdom


+44 (0) 7793 215 981

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