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lots of cyberchurches

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 1 month ago

Here's a sample of the others:

 

  • Ship of Fools, the standard by which all others are judged! Articles and forums mainly, awesome content and vision.

 

 

 

  • Insights-L is an active email list within the Uniting Church in Australia with a community spirit all its own. Unfortunately there's no archive at present, so to sample it you need to join, and it's quite a high-volume list with no digest option.

 

  • http://www.cyberchurch.co.za/ is an online church community created for those who need spiritual food on a daily basis. It is a place where Christians meet to learn, chat, and grow. It is also a place where non-Christians are welcome to seek and find the truth and peace that is provided by a relationship with Jesus Christ. It aims to be a "spiritual vitamin" that supplements your spiritual growth within your local fellowship/congregation. This means that we aim to partner with local congregations in "reaching the unreached and equipping the saints via the Internet".

 

 

 

 

Some other relevant articles etc:

 

 

 

 

  • http://relevantmag.com/god_article.php?id=7041 (Warning: tech speak ahead) If you have engaged in the Internet through the reading of religious blogs, downloading church podcasts, watching videos or chatting online with Christian friends—chances are, you’ve participated in cyberchurch. Cyberchurch is one of the fastest growing macro-models of church today. Another on-topic rave.

 

And some similar URLs:

(which you'll find on Yahoo! search but they don't do so well on Google)

 

 

 

  • http://www.c-m-e.org/CyberChurch.htm CyberChurch Connectional eSolutions, A Complete, Secure, Online Church Management System, seems to address the same questions as a wiki but comes up with a very different solution.

 

And watch this space...!

 

If you belong to another cyberchurch and would like it listed here, or to one that is listed above and would like to expand or correct the listing, tell us. Probably posting to the public feedback channel is the way to go, but any of the feedback channels are available (and we'll be fascinated if you choose cyberchurchx).

 

Or, even if you don't belong to another cyberchurch but you find a URL that you think someone else might like to know about, you can tell us that too...

 

And of course on the other hand, you can also tell us about any busted links or inappropriate sites we've listed.

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