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The Collect Call: Social Media Sunday – The Origin Story

social-mediaAs Social Media Sunday approaches again on September 25, 2016, it appears to be increasingly embraced by the institutional church. But we love that the origin story of Social Media Sunday is two laypeople doing their thing on the internet. Here’s our interview with Carolyn Clement, one of the people who gave Social Media Sunday its start.

Also, if you haven’t already, check out the Acts 8 Movement’s resources for ways to proclaim, engage, and invite using social media, available both in English and Spanish. These materials are not Social Media Sunday specific, so if you missed the date, you should still feel free to use them whenever seems best.

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How to listen

■ iTunes ■ Stitcher ■ Soundcloud ■ RSS FeedBlubrry

How to Connect

Twitter ■ Facebook

The Collect Call is a founding member of the Via Media Collective, a network of podcasts with an Anglican sensibility. Follow the collective on Twitter and Facebook.

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The Collect Call: For St. James the Just & Social Media Sunday

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St. James was known for reconciliation. There are lots of ways to do that, but one way is not to feed to social media trolls. We figure out which St. James it is we’re talking about, then talk to Carolyn Clement about Social Media Sunday.

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This Week’s Links

Social Media Sunday on Facebook

Follow #sms15 on Twitter

How to Listen

■ iTunes ■ Stitcher ■ Soundcloud ■ RSS FeedBlubrry

How to Connect

Twitter ■ Facebook ■ Pinterest

The Collect Call is a founding member of the Via Media Collective, a network of podcasts with an Anglican sensibility. Follow the collective on Twitter and Facebook.

More about this podcast

Theme Music: Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, performed by Aaron DeVries, distributed under a CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.