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Technology at Church: Leading Your Congregation Into the Digital Age

Worship is a product of culture and culture is born of communication so it’s vital that church leaders understand how today’s world communicates — through technology. In a presentation made at the 2013 Calvin Symposium on Worship, available to view on Calvin’s website, the Rev. Shane Hipps explores the major historical shifts in technology and the impact of technology on worship in the church. He also discusses today’s technology and its impact on the present and future of the church. The Symposium is an annual event of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, which promotes the study and renewal of Christian worship.

Similarly, in 2013, the New Media Project, a program devoted to helping clergy think theologically about new and emerging communication technology in the church, hosted a conference to reflect on lessons learned since the project began in 2010. The Project has posted several brief video clips from the Digital Church Conference that provide insight, perspectives and stories of life at the intersection of new media and faith. 

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