|“One of the benefits of living in a democratic society is that we have multiple opportunities to put our values into practice for the public good, :says Archbishop Colin Johnson. “This is particularly true during an election.”
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All Saints’ has a standing tradition of coffee and conversation on Sundays around 10:30ish.
Many of us come early (9:30am)— for about 40 minutes of songs, worship, and prayer beforehand; some stick around afterward (11:00am) for an hour or so of classic Anglican liturgy, hymns, and prayer. Everyone is encouraged to meet in the middle.
September 24 2017 was Social Media Sunday! Parishioners used their smartphones (during the service!) to submit a one-word reflection on the message of the sermon or liturgy. The responses were collected digitally to generate the above word cloud. The bigger the word, the more often it was suggested. The graphic was shared on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Social Media Sunday is an annual global event for churches. It’s a chance for Christians to show how we can be and do church online, and have an affirming Godly presence on the social media landscape.