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Reimagining Church: Technology

Visioning a future church for the now; creating communities centered on Christ, cosmic good, and conscientious living.

Books

Analog Church          The Digital Cathedral full rgb 2.jpg               SocialBook_Mockup.png     Grace and Gigabytes: Being Church in a Tech-Shaped Culture     Managing Congregations in a Virtual Age     Book - Paperback

Websites & Webinars

The Video Editing for Churches course will help you learn how to use editing tools like Adobe Rush and iMovie to create videos your members, newcomers, and others will want to see.

The Video Editing for Churches course will help you learn how to use editing tools like Adobe Rush and iMovie to create videos your members, newcomers, and others will want to see.

This is an open enrollment course.

Blogs, Podcasts, & Articles

The Mystical Body of Zoom by Diana Butler Bass

Online church is a gift to be embraced.

Why Campus Ministries Aren’t Streaming Worship

By University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Lutheran Center Campus Pastor Rev. Adam White (ELCA)

Person in office working with computers

5 Key Lessons for Managing Congregations in a Virtual Age by John W. Wimberly, Jr.

Turning toward a hybrid future, churches have focused much attention on digital worship. John Wimberly says it’s just as important to consider how to work with staff and volunteers. He names key issues for managing programs and ministries in an era when working from home and digital meetings are likely to remain part of congregational life.

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Imagining a Hybrid Future” featuring Rosario Picardo

How can a church develop hybrid ministry that connects both with those in the room and those who will never enter your church building? Rosario Picardo, one of the authors of a new book on ministry in the digital age, discusses how churches can continue to develop online ministry while resuming in-person ministries in the post-pandemic age.