The Menlo Park Presbyterian Church website is a great example of moving to Web 2.0.
Take a look at the Sermons Online website feature.
Here’s the description
“We are pleased to provide you with several options for experiencing sermons here at MPPC. We hope that these resources will help you on your spiritual journey.
In the table below, you can watch the video, listen to streaming audio, download mp3s for the last year, or read the transcript.
We’ve also added a new search feature to make it easier to find a certain sermon. Just click “Show Search” and you can then specify sermon title, or first or last name of the speaker. As always, you can scroll by date using the arrows at the top or bottom.
We also have a podcast for your convenience, just click here.”
Those who worship by Web 2.0, can also donate that way too!
Interesting timing for discovering this website as the Infopeople online course, Religion and Public Libraries: Do You Do Dewey 200? has just started!
Categories: Web 2.0