Friends, here’s the first part of my recent webcast on Social Media and Membership Growth presented to Canadian Unitarian congregations, […]
How can you use social media to engage people in congregational life? It isn’t by bombarding them with boring cut […]
Facebook’s recently announced changes are going to have a huge impact on congregational pages. Here’s a briefing on the changes […]
Professor Sherry Turkle is the founder (2001) and current director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self. She studies […]
People who are anxious and uncertain are less likely to visit congregations. You can help them eliminate the anxiety and uncertainty by actively doing one thing — ANSWER ALL THEIR QUESTIONS. And you can do it online. Here’s how.
With approximately seven-in-ten Americans now using at least one social media site (Pew Internet), faith leaders can’t afford to ignore the impacts of digital culture. Here are five ways social media is changing the process of connecting with and joining congregations.