What's to like: This welcoming site is a chatty bulletin board, with notes and requests for resources on projects like last week's Faith in Action Day. It even has a recent note from a member requesting a favorite song to be performed at a service.
What's to like: You can't miss a church function if you're checking this page — Cub Scout pancake breakfast time and date; teen youth group cabin fever outing; Meals for the Heartland fundraiser — it's all on the page.
What's to like: If you've misplaced your church bulletin, you can find some of that information on the Facebook page. From reminders on special events and youth group activities to photos of Christmas play practice and teen event — it's a way to keep in touch beyond Sunday services.
What's to like: The page combines details on events like special Easter services with photos of youth events including Bingo Bowling, Spin-Tacular Basketball and an Amazing Chemistry Show.
What's to like: This active page nudges members to sign up for classes and events such as adult baptism or taking part in the Meals for the Heartland, and an all-church work day. But this newsy site also offers links to Christian music, and even boasts a recent video from the church's child-care center.
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