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Reflections on the Church Website

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The church website. That a church should have one is all but axiomatic in our current context. This, of course, has happened in a fairly short span of time. As recently as a dozen years ago, most parishes didn’t have one. Now, it is considered far more important than the pages-formerly-known-as-yellow, and a cornerstone of parish outreach activities. As a leadership matter, however, the church website does present a number of challenges that merit consideration. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Fr Basil Biberdorf

September 27th, 2011 at 10:28 pm

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Electronic Communication: Some Reflections

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The role that email has played in the current kerfuffle in the OCA has prompted me to reflect on a number of aspects of how we (as Church) handle digital information, whether electronic mail, documents, parishioner data, or chats. I’ll confine my thoughts to email for now, with the possibility of an expanded version of this later on.

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Written by Fr Basil Biberdorf

May 9th, 2011 at 11:39 pm

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