Twitter for churches

Guidance for using Twitter in your Church for Mission and Evangelism

 

Why use Twitter for your Church?

Twitter is an online news and 'micro-blogging' site. It is great for posting quick and frequent updates, and for interacting with other businesses, charities, or public figures.  However, make sure to consider whether your target audience uses Twitter, as the site does have a certain demographic, and using it as a Church might not be successful if your audience isn't there. It can be a really useful platform for people to engage with each other during large events. Active monthly users: 330+ million (source). Target audience: Twitter users. Best for: large events (i.e. conferences, festivals, concerts)

"46% of UK internet users are on Twitter" (source)


How to create a Twitter Account for your church


Guidance on using Twitter effectively for mission

 

 

Using Twitter for evangelism

Guide produced by the Methodist Evangelism and Growth Team:

Using Instagram and Twitter for evangelism (pdf)

 

 

External Resources

How to use Twitter (URC guide)

How your church can use Twitter more effectively (Church of England blog)

Getting to grips with Twitter lists (Church of England blog)

How can clergy make the most of Twitter (Church of England blog)

Digital Resources (from Yorkshire North & East Methodist District) 

 


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