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The "Geeks for God" are Diocesan staff members Nina Nicholson, Director of Communications & Technology and Randy Johnson, Administrator for Diocesan Ministries, and members of the diocesan Technology Committee.

Recipient of the 2015 Polly Bond Award of Merit from Episcopal Communicators for General Excellence: Blog.

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Posted by Nina Nicholson on March 20, 2020
As I write this, we have one Sunday of online worship under our belts and a week to reflect on how it went – and no idea yet how long we’ll be doing...
Posted by Nina Nicholson on March 13, 2020
Links to websites, tutorials and downloads to help with online worship.
Church email
Posted by Nina Nicholson on November 18, 2019
The diocesan Technology Committee has been recommending Google accounts to churches for years, because of Google’s free resources such as Gmail and...
“Whaling” email attacks: How to foil them
Posted by Nina Nicholson on June 27, 2019
You can’t stop the senders of “whaling” emails, but you can foil them by educating the potential recipients.
Make a New Year's resolution to review your church website
Posted by Jan Paxton on January 5, 2018
You’ve seen out 2017 and welcomed in 2018. This is a good time review your congregation’s website.
How does the new Google Calendar impact churches?
Posted by Tyler Stahl on December 5, 2017
Google is currently rolling out its updated Calendar for web, with significant changes to both appearance and functionality.
John Rollins
Posted by John Rollins on July 13, 2017
Every parish publication or website is made more interesting and inviting with good photos.
Episcopal Asset Map
Posted by Jan Paxton on June 19, 2017
Your congregation can increase its impact as an asset in the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement by participating in the Asset Mapping Project.
A guide to making quality church videos on a tight budget
Posted by Nina Nicholson on May 16, 2017
At the annual Episcopal Communicators Conference last month, I attended one workshop in particular that was so useful and informative I knew...

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