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St Paul wrote his epistles on papyrus or vellum ⇒
Both were using the best form of communications media available at the time.
Likewise, St John’s Communications Ministry is dedicated to spreading the Gospel using those forms of communications media available today.
These forms include the following:
- The Epistle
- Epistle Updates — an abbreviated form of the Weekly Announcements
- Social Media: Website, Facebook, YouTube
- Broadcast Media, Newspaper, Radio/TV
- Bulletin Boards
The 2012 General Convention of the Episcopal Church recognised communications as an essential ministry of the Church that enables and empowers evangelism, congregational development, the building of community, and mission at the churchwide, diocesan and congregational levels.
The Communications Ministry allows us effectively to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom. — David Clarke
Click here for a listing of earlier Epistles, Epistle Updates and other communications