Rhett Smith does a great job of keeping tabs on technology and new media and how it’s used in ministry. The other day he turned people’s attention to Church TechCamp, a gathering of people interested in using these forms within the church. They are meeting at Fuller tomorrow (Friday September 26 at the Catylyst). Here’s Rhett’s summary of the camp:

If you can make it to Pasadena, CA this Friday, then you need to so that you can attend Church Tech Camp. It’s the first in what I think will be a growing group of church leaders who are on the innovative edge of integrating technology and ministry, especially as it relates to social media, web 2.0 tools. If you can’t make it, then watch the live stream of the get together. Not only is the technology and its use in ministry innovative, but the organization of the camp itself is on the leading edge. Check it out and you will see.

» Technology and the Future of the Church

Check out the website here for more information, registration (it’s free) and links to the live website. I am going to try and make it to some of the meeting, maybe I’ll see you there?

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  1. Wess… I hope you come! It would be cool to finally meet another Daily Scriber in person. Funny how small the world is.

  2. Wess… wish I’d gotten to meet you! From my seat I could only read your laptop stickers (upsidedown, of course).

    Hope we can be in touch.

  3. @cynthia: Thanks, same here. Sorry I came late and left early. I enjoyed interacting online and in the afternoon I had to run and get to work on my schoolwork. Are you in the area? I’ll check out your site.