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The mission of Seattle Presbytery is to participate, in word and deed, in God’s transforming work through the Gospel of Jesus Christ: †by strengthening the witness and mission of our congregations and members and by building strong partnerships with each other and the larger Christian community.

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Recent Social Media Articles

Seattle Presbytery

I follow a number of blogs talking about social media's place in the church, and think you may find some of them helpful or interesting. Some weeks I find lots of articles I like, some just a few. I'll post a round-up every few weeks with the articles I've enjoyed or found most useful.

Q: Do I Need To Go To Church Since I Find Fellowship Online? - The author argues the merits of online Christian fellowship versus what you get with in-person contact, and the ways that each can help to enrich your relationships.

7 Ways Churches And Their People Can Work Together To Share The Gospel Online - Seven ways that churches can use social media to help share the Gospel. Possibly a few you haven't thought of or aren't currently using!

5 Social Media Myths In The Church - Five common misconceptions about the use of social media.

How The New Facebook Affects Church Social Media - We all know Facebook just made another round of changes; you now, more than ever, need to keep people engaged with your page or it will slowly stop showing up in their news feed.

Facebook Changes: Subscriptions - One of the changes Facebook made is the idea of Subscriptions. You're now able to publish updates seen even by people who haven't 'Liked' your page!

19 Ideas For Your Church To Use Social Media To Interact With Its People - Social media shouldn't be used just to target people outside your church; you should also be using it to reach people already in your church. There are tips to getting started with this, as well as 19 (!) ways you can use social media to interact with your existing members

(In case you missed the last round-up of social media articles, click here!)