Twitter at church?

US churches use Twitter to reach a wider audience

Pastors in Westwinds Community Church in Michigan spent two weeks teaching their congregation about Twitter, which allows users to send messages to each other which are no longer than 140 characters. Of the church’s 900 adult members, 150 are now tweeting.

The church encourages congregants to ask questions about a sermon that the pastor can answer later. Alternatively, they can “tweet” during the service in case another worshipper can provide enlightenment.

Um… I think we are entering a new era of worship… starting from old traditional, to women preaching, to contemporary music, now even to twitter! I think outwardly worship can take on many different forms, so long as we are connecting with God.

The growth of twitter


What I like about twitter is that:
1. You get to tell people whatever you like to, and vice versa.
2. You can choose from whom you want to hear.
3. I get tweets on my phone, meaning it’s instant and convenient.

What a tool!