Most of us know where to get free wifi. Macdonald’s is a well-known example. Increasingly there are places, from in shopping malls to at airports, where you can also charge your digital device. There are a variety of connections where you can attach your phone, tablet, iPad, or laptop.
People congregate there, normally buying a coffee or whatever at the same time.
I’m assuming your church community already has a quality website, facebook page, and interacts in the now-no-longer-new land of the internet.
Yes – during services we may not want people milling about noisily around the foyer while we are worshipping; but there are ways around that (wifi off during service times; only showing the info about the service at that time;…)
Do you do this?
Do you know of places that do this?
What do you think?
- Rethinking Mission & Ministry in an Internet Age
- Digital Church
- Digital Church Part 2
- Online Mission and Ministry
- Praying Using Technology?