Episcopal Church / Prayer / Twitter

Tweeting Daily Prayers

Are you looking for ways to use your church Twitter account to connect with the community inside and outside your church?  Leslie Scoopmire of The Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion in University City, MO does this every morning by writing a set of prayers shared on Twitter. Writing New Prayers Leslie’s full-time job is teaching at … Continue reading

Church / Twitter

Twitter Advanced Basics: Create Lists and Connections

Here are some twitter tips for twitter to try for your church after you have mastered the basics. 1. Create Lists If you are following a few hundred accounts, you may find it difficult to find important news in your feed. If that is the case, it is probably time to start making lists: Twitter … Continue reading

Church / Episcopal Church / Facebook / Social Media / Twitter

Join the Church Social Media Conversation!

Are you looking for a place to ask questions about best practices for using social media for your church? There are several places were church social media experts, veterans, and rookies gather online to share advice, discuss the latest tech news, and more. Here are some of my favorite places to chat with other Episcopalians … Continue reading

Saying Thanks on Social Media
Church / Social Media

Saying Thanks on Social Media

There are many great ways to say thanks using social media, and it is a good way to connect with your community.  In general, I think a good thank-you should include a reason for the thanks and a tag or link to the person or organization whom you are thanking. Here are some ideas to … Continue reading

Church / Facebook / Social Media / Twitter

Social Media Name Tag for Church

Here is a quick way to spread the word that your church is on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, etc…. make a new name tag. Continue reading

Church / Facebook / Social Media / Twitter

To Tweet, or Not To Tweet in Church Worship? Practical Considerations

There are many benefits to using social media in church worship services. As the person responsible for most of the facebook posts and tweets for my church, I have learned that there are practical limitations to trying to use social media while still actively participating in a worship service. Continue reading