Episcopal Church Online Visitor’s Center

April 6, 2006 by

The Episcopal Church has an online visitor’s center that serves as a first step for anyone considering checking out an Episcopal church. It’s another way denominations can help drive people to the local church, especially since denominations usually have more resources at their disposal than local churches do. It’s the franchise approach.

Is it working? The Episcopal Church is running a survey to get input on the visitor’s center, so you can offer your input. The survey is available until April 7. (Yes, that’s tomorrow. We’re a little behind on our e-mail)

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Kevin D. Hendricks

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One Response to “Episcopal Church Online Visitor’s Center”

  • Ralph DeMattia
    November 3, 2006

    I have been searching for a church that shunned publicity; embraced traditions; and cared only for the spiritual health of it’s congregation, rather than being “trendy”. The Episcopal investure of a woman clearly idicates that I have to keep looking.

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