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Did your church participate in Social Media Sunday yesterday? Let us know how, and with what results! In the meantime, enjoy a tiny sample of some Episcopalians who shared their church via #SMS16.


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Marc Vance

We had Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preach at St Paul’s, Columbus, Indiana for SMS! (Or actually it was just his Jesus Movement video on Episcopal Cafe, but that was use of social media, so…)

Ann Fontaine

Thanks — we had a baptism Saturday Eve – does that count at #SMS? Like in the parochial report!

Jon White

Great stuff!

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