Social Media & Networking


November 18, 2011

By: Episcopal Young Adult and Campus Ministries

I was asked to write a little bit about myself before I continue to contribute to this blog. I decided to just pull 25 tweets from my twitter feed that spans my entire life. Enjoy!


October 25, 2011

When the Episcopal Church's Province III Youth Ministry Network earlier this month issued a set of guidelines for interacting with young people through social media, it was on the cutting edge of a growing effort to help guide ministers as they walk through the digital landscape.

Two or...

July 6, 2011

The City of New York July 7 chose the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn to launch Change by Us NYC, a new website aimed at connecting people and making the city a "greener, greater" place to live.

"St. Luke and St. Matthew is a remarkable example...

June 23, 2011

For the second year running, Anglicans in Zimbabwe have been forced to find another place to mark the memorial of African martyr Bernard Mizeki after being denied access to their official shrine.

Last year worshippers, who had traveled from all over the country, were driven away by the...

March 6, 2011

Facebook keeps Lindy Gamble connected to the world. With more than 1,000 friends, the Cincinnati teen posts three to four times a day, with updates about her life and current events and comments about the latest drivel or triumph on TV.

This social networking tool also connected Lindy to...

February 24, 2011

In a Feb. 15 tweet the Rev. Jim Liberatore (aka gamma909) sent Genesis 18 in 130 characters to followers across the web: #Gen18-men visit-Abe hospitable-Men:wife 2 have kid-Wife pushing 100, laughs-Lord miffed-Abe haggles Gd dn on destructn thing. He has declared 2011 "The Year of Connection"...

July 20, 2010

Transparency is everything now. Disconcerting for some, delightful for others. Learn to live in it. Better yet, try it. (

(That paragraph, by the way, fits the 140-character length limit of a Tweet. What's a "Tweet"? Well, read on.)

As with most things...

January 12, 2010

In an updated version of a traditional "Plough Monday" back-to-work ceremony Jan. 11, Canon David Parrott of St. Lawrence Jewry church in the City of London blessed laptops and mobile phones.

The traditional Plough Monday ceremony blessed a symbolic farming implement which had been...

August 17, 2009

Episcopal Life Weekly bulletin inserts for August 23, titled "Who would Jesus tweet?" outline The Episcopal Church's presence on the social networking site Facebook and the instant messaging system Twitter. Both systems provide ways for Episcopalians to keep in contact with each other and get...

August 12, 2009

Madison Avenue has long known that word of mouth is the best advertising – a truth regularly played out on Facebook, the popular online social networking site.

Brandon Mozingo, 32, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, became a fan of the Episcopal Church on Facebook after noticing a friend became...