Web Ministry and Social Media

A cell phone shows the Twitter feed of United Methodist News Service. Photo illustration by Kathleen Barry and Laurens Glass, United Methodist Communications.

Yes, your church does need a website and a social media presence. Yes, web-based programs can expand your ministry with people of all ages. Yes, this is one of the fastest changing arenas through which to do ministry. Articles and other content will offer ideas and alert you to new web-based and social media ministries.
The Friendship Sunday school class of Belmont United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tenn., meets online Sunday, March 15, 2020, after church leadership encouraged people to worship from home in response to the coronavirus. Image courtesy of Susan Hay. Originally published by UMNews.
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Communications

Fast-track training to use technology

Church leaders can now enroll in free "Zoom for Churches" and "Ministry through Facebook Groups" training courses. They are the first of several free courses United Methodist Communications is introducing to help churches continue in ministry via online technology.

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Routinely test your site’s content, organization and navigation (menus) for user-friendliness. Sometimes, all a site needs is less. Photo by Tipu Javed, Unsplash.
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MyCom

Is your website a welcoming door or a challenging ropes course?

Routinely test your site’s content, organization and navigation (menus) for user-friendliness. Sometimes, all a site needs is less.

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Social Media & Networking

Web Ministry

Web Tools

Graphics and Design