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From apps for finding Christmas services to tweets from the Pope

From apps for finding Christmas services to tweets from the Pope

Many religious denominations have extended their outreach efforts into the digital realm in recent years, and the Anglican Communion is no exception. At General Convention in 2015, the Episcopal Church formed Task Force for Social Media Evangelism, and the Church of England recently set up a website for finding carol services across the United Kingdom. Many religious leaders, including the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Dalai Lama, have Twitter accounts.

The Guardian has a fascinating overview of various forms of online evangelism here.


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