Over the summer, we have introduced some small and large improvements to ChurchDesk simplifying your work. We are happy to introduce these changes! Read more on how ChurchDesk-newsletters, forms and contacts are now even easier to use.
Being able to send newsletters easily is one of our most important features in ChurchDesk. And now we're making it even easier with a series of improvements launching on June 20th.
What happened at Pentecost is described by the evangelist Luke in the Acts of the Apostles as follows: "Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. 3 They saw what seemed to be tongues of fire that separated and came to rest on each of them. 4 All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them. (NIV, Acts 2-2-3)
Saddened by the war in Ukraine, we are grateful for the worldwide commitment to support the people affected. Many ChurchDesk congregations are also actively involved at the moment and we would like to support them in coordinating the volunteer work even better.
Every month we take a lot of time to make our service even better and to develop ChurchDesk further. This month we have a special release to help you to keep in touch with your church members and some further improvements.
Read more about features and improvements we have introduced in ChurchDesk over the last two months. Every month we take a lot of time to make our service even better and to develop ChurchDesk further. Read here how we do that.
Time flies and another year has passed. It's been 10 years since I started ChurchDesk and a lot has changed. In this article, I'll tell you about how we're planning to evolve as a business and give you an insight into the key improvements we introduced in 2021.
Even though we would of course have wished it differently, it looks like Christmas will be a little different again in 2021. That is why many churches are now asking themselves how to organise the services in the coming weeks.
Today we are celebrating the third Advent, almost more than half of this time has already passed. What have you experienced during this time? With their wishes, Dr Jörg Dechert, chairman of one of the biggest evangelical media centres in Germany, author Katharina Plehn-Martins and catholic theologian Andreas Büsch are our guests on the blog.
And the second Sunday of Advent has already arrived. December has dawned and one can peek behind the first Advent calendar doors. Our guests on the second Advent that express their wishes for the church in the digital age are: Lilith Becker from the yeet-network, the head of church telephone counselling in Berlin Uwe Müller and the leader of the catholic office for missionary pastoral work Hubertus Schönemann.
With Christmas approaching, we start an advent series on our blog. For this, we have asked various people in and around the German church about their wishes for the church in the digital age. Though you might not know the persons yet, their wishes are universally comprehensible and might give you new inspiration for your own church surrounded by digital possibilities and challenges.
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