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Resources on ECF Fellow Rosa Lindahl Mallow's innovative work in Florida to merge three very different congregations into one: large suburban, Latino storefront, and small financially struggling.
When submitting news or stories from your congregation to the media, follow industry standards by organizing your information using a press release template.
The Episcopal Church's Standing Commission on Communication and Information Technology has created ChurchTools.org, a website to provide valuable resources, how-to videos, links, and an online community of helpful people to meet the goal of launching a website for each of the 6,800 Episcopal Church congregations around the world.
Video is one of the best ways to share your story. This resource from the ECF Consortium of Consultants shows how congregations are creating and using video.
A comprehensive guide from the Diocese of Texas on church communications.
Included in Social Media and The Episcopal Church are: six Best Practices; “How To” tips for each practice; and separate sections on church websites and dealing with negative social media.
Una entrevista con el Rev. Alberto Cutié realizado por Maria Elvira Salazar sobre las diferencias entre los Católicos Romanos y los Anglicanos. Es una discusión buena sobre la identidad y espiritualismo de la Iglesia Episcopal.
View a recording of the web conference Creating Strong Team Structure that provides steps and tools for developing a strong, committed, and productive team.
DayPack is a free tool from the American Bible Society that makes it easy for churches to schedule and send a week’s worth of Biblical passages by text message.
By John Rollins
With the enormous popularity of Facebook, we have a great opportunity for "Facebook evangelism." This is possible by using the "Share " option built into Facebooks operating system.