Your congregation's website is its presence in the digital world, which is a really big thing right now. Very few people come to a church these days without first checking its website. What happens if your domain name is suddenly not yours anymore? Visit almost any diocese's "Find a Church" page and you will find a number of website links that are no longer correct or that, even worse, now connect to a site that you really don't want to visit. So what can you do? Nina Nicholson, the Director of Communications & Technology in the Diocese of Newark has written and posted an article that you will find helpful:
How to prevent losing your church website's domain name
Posted by Nina Nicholson on January 04, 2021 in the "Geeks for God" Blog: Evangelism in the Electronic Era. Go to the article >
~ Coming up in late January ~
Two Zoom Forums on Human Trafficking
Aimed at raising awareness about different forms
of human trafficking and the rising risk to teens.
Two extraordinary women will be leading
the events and sharing their wisdom with us.
Attendance is free. Register now!
Sponsored by the Task Force Against Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking 101: Rise Up!
For High School Youth
Sunday, January 24, 7:00-8:15 p.m.
Click here for more information and to register for "Rise Up!" for High School Youth on January 24
Human Trafficking 101: Wise Up!
For Adults (parents, guardians, educators, clergy, lay leaders and more)
Sunday, January 31, 7:00-8:15 p.m.
Click here for more information and to register for "Wise Up!" for Adults on January 31
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Together, our hearts align for education and safety for all.
The Task Force Against Human Trafficking
The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser
The Rev. Posey Krakowsky
The Rev. Dr. Victoria Jeanne Rollins
The Rev. Gina Gore