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Case study: St Michael & All Angels, Martlesham Heath
Connectivity can make old and new church buildings more sustainable and more useful. This case study from Martlesham Heath shows how a "non-traditional" modern church building uses technology to retain its place as a hub for the community.
Why get connected?
Connectivity offers many benefits for church buildings. To find out why you should consider a broadband or wireless internet connection for your building, take a look at our case studies from across the country and find out how technology is helping churches, large and small, with funding, flexibility, mission, security; and providing a warm welcome for the whole community.
Case study: St Mary's, Bluntisham-cum-Earith
Our churches should be open and welcoming places at the heart of their communities. But church security must also be a priority. Connectivity allows for a wide range of options in this department, as this case study from Bluntisham in Ely demonstrates.
Case study: St Mary's, Pickersleigh
Churches have served their communities well for many centuries. Beyond worship, and the marking of important life events, there are many ways for your church to bring your community together under one roof. This case study from Pickersleigh shows a few.
Mobile-network and broadband technologies have revolutionised daily home and work life for many of us in recent years. And the part they play in our places of worship can be just as important. If you're interested in exploring how connectivity can serve your church, and help your church serve your community, find out what other churches have done here.
Case study: St Mary the Virgin, Walkhampton
Modern technology can play an important part in your mission and engagement activity. Bringing connectivity to your church can open up a whole world of options, and might even benefit the wider community; as this case study from Walkhampton shows.
Case study: St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
Every church building needs funding to be sustainable. As ours increasingly becomes a 'cashless society' we need to make sure our churches can facilitate giving in ways that suit all of our visitors. Here's one example from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London
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Case study: St Michael & All Angels, Witton Gilbert
There are many reasons why people visit churches. Irregular visitors should be made to feel just as welcome as regular ones. To that end, hospitality and connectivity can work hand-in-hand. This case study focuses on St Michael's church in Witton Gilbert.