The Church of England has published social media advice aimed at tackling online abuse, misleading content and encouraging a positive atmosphere for online conversations.
If you look after the Facebook page for your church, you might have seen the analytics Facebook provides with each post and not sure what it was telling you.
Looking after your church's A Church Near You profile, social media channels and website is an exciting opportunity, helping your parish support its community and reach out to new people.
Google has become the first place many people turn when they want to find something or somewhere. Claiming your church's Google 'card' can help promote your church.
The Diocese produces an A5 booklet to promote churches across the Diocese that is made available at tourist information centres and in local accommodation and attractions.
In the Winter 2017 edition of PCC News, Jason Baldry and The Revd Adrian Miller share their advice:
When someone searches for your church on Google, a box appears in the right hand corner which gives contact details, location information and more about your church.
Just like any other charity or organisation, all parishes must comply with new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which replace the Data Protection Act and take effect from 25 May 2018.
The Diocese is making a number of short films that celebrate what churches across the Diocese are doing to promote the gospel and show God’s love.
One of the most important things when planning your event is to let people know it’s happening. With that in mind, here are our top tips to help promote your parish event.
New resources are now available for parishes from the Diocese for Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement between 25 May and 4 June.
A brief guide to websites offering worship background video loops & short inspirational videos
We love to hear what is happening near you and we want to help you promote the good work your community is doing. Unfortunately we cannot fit all the wonderful news we get into eNews and The Magazine. However here are some tips on how to make your story more likely to feature.
The Bishop of Norwich has launched a new five year strategy for mission in the Diocese.
At this year’s Royal Norfolk Show a large crucifix sculpture will be on show in the Diocese of Norwich’s marquee made from hundreds of crosses welded together from cut and clasp nails.
Churches are being encouraged to add and check their regular groups and activities on Bright Map, which is an online map highlighting the church's engagement in the local community.