Rethink Church launches redesigned website
United Methodist Communications
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 31, 2014
Nashville, Tenn.: Spiritual seekers can Rethink Church more easily through the newly redesigned website at RethinkChurch.org.
The new site leads visitors through the concept of rethinking church and helps them to find opportunities to get involved both virtually and in real life.
United Methodist Communications partnered with FiveStone to redesign the media-rich site that includes short stories, photo galleries and videos that demonstrate what it means to Rethink Church through the lens of eight focus areas. These focus areas are basic needs, creation care, education, humanitarian relief, malaria, spirituality, vocation and workers’ rights.
Tied strongly to the United Methodist tagline “Open hearts, Open minds, Open doors,” the new site also shows how the people of The United Methodist Church are active, offer hope and are a tangible presence of Christ in the world.
For more information, and to explore the site, go to RethinkChurch.org.
About Rethink Church
Rethink Church, the next evolution of The United Methodist Church’s “Open hearts” welcoming and advertising campaign, highlights the many opportunities available within United Methodist churches to engage with the world—from literacy programs to feeding the poor. At RethinkChurch.org, visitors may interact, learn more about the church and search for involvement opportunities.
About United Methodist Communications
As the communications agency for The United Methodist Church, Nashville-based United Methodist Communications seeks to increase awareness and visibility of the denomination in communities and nations around the globe. United Methodist Communications also offers services, tools, products and resources for communications ministry.
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