Digital trends for the Church in 2020


In 2019, the Church of England’s digital team spent 254 hours training churches, guiding 1170 churches through 35 day-long training sessions on an introduction to social media and websites, bringing hundreds of churches together for our Labs Learning Roadshows and hosting individuals on our webinars to find out more about our church-finder tool, A Church Near You.

They also wrote 42 Labs Learning blogs, covering a range of digital topics for churches to engage with, such as how-to guides for Instagram Stories, Mailchimp and making a website accessible, tips for designing a logo and even a self-care guide, exploring how to look after yourself on social media.

Read the lastest labs learning blog and find out all about the predicted trends here.

If you have any questions or need support in your churches/parishes please do not hesitate to contact Eleanor Puttock our Digital Evangelism Manager at [email protected] 


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