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Best Practices for Computers in Churches

Having and using computer technology is no longer optional for churches that want to be effective. Some best practices include creating a technology team, building member support, talking to other faith communities, budgeting for upgrades and maintenance, and making technology a line item in the annual budget. The Center for Congregations, an Indianapolis-based organization that offers education and resources to faith communities, often produces material or hosts conferences about congregational technology and how communities can use technology to its fullest.

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