On Saturday the Church of England ran an all-day Hackathon, with 'techies and creatives' considering options that the Church of England could support, utilising digital to underpin the core purpose of church - faith, discipleship, etc. The unsorted tweets are collected here (500ish tweets).
I'm at 'The Conversation' in Canterbury today, in an event hosted by the CofE, asking "How can we change the dominant church culture from ‘conquering and keeping’ to ‘nurturing and releasing’ the children and young people in our midst?". I've got 20 minutes to put across some ideas about the…
Today's workshop has been commissioned by Chester Diocese: Social Media for Ministry, Chester Diocese, July 2016 from Bex Lewis
Today's training course for the Church of England:
Tomorrow I run the first course of 'Social Media Training for Youth Leaders' at Church House, Westminster - still interested in collecting more case studies/concrete examples: Social Media for Youth Leaders, May 2014, for @c_of_e from Bex Lewis
Last time I ran 'Social Media for the Scared' at Church House, Westminster, the course changed from a 3 hour course to a 6 hour course. Some restructuring was felt to be needed, and the course may not race quite to the end - leaving a bit of space for…
Today's workshop on Social Media for the Scared:
This morning's session (and the conversation was so good, we didn't quite get through all the content): Social Media: Why Take the Time? (Stafford Diocese, October 2013) from Bex Lewis