Digital

Our digital work aims to harness digital and social media to grow people’s faith, bring people to faith and share the common good work of the Church.

The advent of social media has moved digital communications on from web based broadcast communications to two-way interactive dialogue. Churches, cathedrals, clergy and lay people across the country are using social media as a part of community building and growth strategies.

Digital provides a growing opportunity for original, high quality digital content from the centre of the Church of England to enable social and digital communications across the church, enabling all to become digital evangelists in proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ

Digital Evangelism
We will create a basis for digital apologetics, enabling individuals with the digital materials and resources to present their faith confidently.

Digital Discipleship
Audio and visual content to support strands of new and ongoing discipleship work, such as the new Catechism project (with Church House Publishing) resources, specifically for young disciples (working with Education Division) resources and for developing lay discipleship (working with the discipleship task group).

Digital Training
Materials and resources for officers of the church across the parishes, from churchwardens to treasurers, PCC members to those undergoing continuing ministerial development

Prayer for the Day

God, the giver of life,
whose Holy Spirit wells up within your Church:
by the Spirit’s gifts equip us to live the gospel of Christ
and make us eager to do your will,
that we may share with the whole creation
the joys of eternal life;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.

The Twentieth Sunday after Trinity
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Apologetics

The practice of explaining faith to non-Christians