Communication helps build community.
It’s an essential part of every ministry, making it possible to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and the news of our congregations. Our Communications Office is committed to doing exactly that, while also providing digital communications training and counsel for our congregations.
- Stock photo library from the Episcopal Church
- Communications resources from The Episcopal Church Foundation
The impact and demands of social media on our culture are undeniable. Check out these stats:
- 90% of Millennials use social media
- 1 in 5 couples meet online
- Every minute, 72 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube (that’s over a decade a day!)
- If Wikipedia were made into a book it would be 2.25 million pages long
- The most active group on social media is mothers with ch…
An important element of parish communications is building good relationships with media and others who write stories and cover events in your city or region. Reporters and writers are not interested in talking to you only when there’s a crisis or something controversial happening. They also want to hear the great stories about yo…Read More »
What is a Crisis?
In times of crisis, you will likely see the soul of your organization, as well your own, exposed for better or for worse. You’ll see, sometimes suddenly, weaknesses that need attention both in yourself and your organization. And you’ll lay awake nights searching for strengths and strategizing about how…Read More »
Our shield and corporate identity are a key part of telling the story of the Episcopal Church in Upper South Carolina. These images are not only used in our publications and graphic identity, but they also appear in our corporate worship and on churches, banners, and ceremonial items.
The Diocesan shield is available for download and can be used for Diocesan-san…Read More »
Photos of congregation members bring your congregation’s website to life, providing a window into the vitality and friendliness of the community that gathers on Sunday morning and throughout the week. A common question is how to respect the privacy rights and concerns of mem…Read More »