Screenshot of Modern Church website

JUST IN TIME for the 2014 Annual Conference, the new Modern Church website is here.

We hope you like the new look, and find it easier to navigate.


 Some features have changed:

The blog will shortly be moved from Tumblr to the new site to make it easier for more people to contribute.
UPDATE October 2014: The transfer from Tumblr to the new site is complete. Highlights from the original Blogspot site will also be transferred.
•Social media: every page has an option to share via Twitter or Facebook, and to add a comment using Facebook, Yahoo, AOL or Hotmail user profiles (see bottom of page.)
• The online payment facility is currently being updated to integrate with the new website and will be restored shortly.
UPDATE October 2014: It is now possible to buy some Modern Church publications via Paypal on this site.
• The bookshop on the old site had become very large, and was not well used, so we have suspended it for the moment and plan to relaunch a streamlined version which we will promote more effectively via social media in future.

If you use social media and want to keep up to date with Modern Church, please 'like' our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/modchurch or follow us on Twitter: @ChurchModern. Help us to spread the word by sharing these links with others who may be interested in our work.

Moving to a new website platform is like moving house - it takes a little while to get everything just where you want it, to get all the pictures put up, and everything stored neatly so it's easy to find. With more than 600 pages, 900 menu items, 100 downloadable resources, and hundreds of images and external links, it's been a large task which has taken longer than expected, but we hope you will agree it was worth the wait.

We hope you will find the site more attractive, engaging and accessible. If you can't find something, or find a broken link, please help us to help you by letting us know - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our new website editor will introduce himself on the blog and in Signs of the Times in the coming months. In the meantime, happy surfing!