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Jan 25, 2011


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Tom Tuerff

The longer version of this article makes the point that churches with over 500 members use social media a lot more than those with less than 50 members. That certainly makes sense; in a congregation of 50, a pastor might actually have time to interact during the week with most of the families in the church. Having a social media presence, while not overkill, is certainly a nice thing to have, if not vital.

However, when you get to the megachurch size, not using social media to connect with your members is foolish. The possible uses for a church social media site are virtually endless -- updates, prayer requests, meeting reschedules, special announcements, added service schedules during the holidays, etc.

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