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#Episcopal Social Media Sunday: June 29

#Episcopal Social Media Sunday: June 29

Carolyn Clement, the volunteer web and social media editor for Trinity Episcopal Church in Tarrifville, Connecticut and Laura Catalano, the volunteer web and social media editor for St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Creve Coeur, Missouri are urging congregations around the church to participate in Episcopal Social Media Sunday (#SMSunday) on June 29.


They write: “We did a little number crunching, and if even a minority of you who are already using social media post about The Episcopal Church on June 29, 2014, almost 10,000,000 of our friends and family will learn something about us and our church!”

For ways that you and your congregation can participate, visit Catalano’s website: episcopalshare or watch the Prezi she created.

You can also find out more on Facebook.


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