The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is inviting Anglicans and other Christians to join him in a live Bible study using Facebook. Participants will be studying John 1: 35-42, which records Jesus calling his first disciples. The live Bible study isn’t a sermon – participants will be able to contribute questions and reflections to Archbishop Welby.
18 May 2016
The mission agency Manna, the Mozambique and Angola Anglican Association, believes it is good to be Anglican and are demonstrating this belief by publishing 40 good news stories throughout Lent on social media using the hashtag #Good2BAnglican and its own website.
24 February 2016
Adventword – the online global advent social media photo initiative being run by the Society of St John the Evangelist (SSJE) and the Anglican Communion Office is underway, with Anglicans around the world posting images on Twitter and Instagram in response to themes suggested by the Society.
30 November 2015
The Church of England has broadcast a church service live over the internet in what was the first in a new series of weekly broadcasts in partnership with the microblogging site Twitter.
12 October 2015
International Anglican Family Network launches new Facebook page on eve of first International Albinism Awareness Day
12 June 2015
Two Primates of the Anglican Communion have warned unsuspecting followers to be wary of fake Facebook profiles.
01 August 2014
Laura Leist Catalano and Carolyn Clement are volunteer church communicators at their Episcopal churches in Missouri and Connecticut.
12 June 2014
Almost 6 million people were reached by the Church of England's (@c_of_e) Easter 2013 twitter campaign according to figures released today
22 April 2013