Sharing the first full year of digital evangelism at General Synod


Today I spoke to General Synod on the first full year of the Church of England’s digital evangelism work.

The presentation focused on three areas:
1. Why is digital evangelism important?
2. What has been delivered so far?
3. What plans do we have for 2018?

It was fantastic to share all the work that local churches and dioceses have done to engage with and help shape our campaigns. As a team, we’re committed to supporting, equipping and enabling local churches.

The slides were posted on Twitter and you can view the gallery below:

You can re-watch the presentation here:

Download a copy of the presentation.

We’re very much at the start of the journey. There are lots of exciting opportunities ahead to share Good News, grow people’s faith and bring more people to faith by harnessing digital and social media.

The work of the Digital Communications team is part of the Church of England’s Renewal and Reform programme, aimed at helping us become a growing Church for all people and for all places.

Adrian Harris is Head of Digital Communications at the Church of England