blogging during worship

Commensurate with Rudy asking: “Should I blog during church?” and Tim speculating about blogging being a spiritual discipline, I just found out yesterday that my church is WiFi enabled! So, with all the multiplying forms of worship, as evangelism, as dance, as art, as story, as dialogue, as body worship, as lifestyle, et al.. can blog worship be far behind? I’ll have to try it some time, and you can read about it right here, when it happens, as it happens.

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  1. meg says:

    Now that’s an interesting peek into the church-going world. I’m picturing all of these people taking the seats in the back so they can blog notes from the sermon.

    Technology in the church.

  2. Joe says:

    That’s one of the first thing I did when I got to the church… put in an access point. Uh, you see, it’s to access the Bible on the Net. 🙂

  3. rudy says:

    we should test this by blogging at a conference plenary session… a running commentary of what the speaker is saying… and project it up onto a screen? maybe? kind of like commentators speaking over the president and telling you what the president is saying, or just said…. is it helpful? probably not. is it cool. heck yeah… it cool-ness enough to do it? not sure. certainly worth an experiment, aye?

  4. djchuang’s metablog
    Now here is an interesting thought. I have wondered if my church enabled wifi would people be surfing around on the Palm device? Dj asks if this is something that can be added to worship? I personally would have a