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These Communication resources will help you build a robust social media presence and a well-designed website. Don’t miss the opportunity to encourage visitors to attend or to share your ministries with the wider community.


EDOT Social Media Policy

All digital communications must comply with the same Safeguarding policies as all other EDOT entities. The following guidelines apply commonly accepted principles of healthy boundaries for social networking, communication, online forums and gaming.


Visual Identity Guide

Visual Identity is an outgrowth of our mission. It’s much more than the proper use of a logo or color. It is about achieving a common look and feel – about speaking with one voice. Learn how to use the Episcopal Logo.



GUIDELINES: When writing about the Episcopal Church 

Social Media and the Episcopal Church: A New Way to Tell a 2,000-Year-Old Story

In this white paper, you will learn how social media can help you welcome new members to your community in a warm and deeply personal way, encourage participation in parish activities, and tighten the social bonds of your congregation to build a stronger and more vibrant spiritual community. We provide you with six best practices to give you an actionable guide for leveraging social media in today’s Episcopal Church. We also introduce you to an easy-to-use, affordable tool specifically designed with the Episcopal Church in mind that will help you do all these things without requiring huge amounts of money or time.


Marketing Your Parish: Advertising Best Practices for Effective Evangelism

In this sense we are all advertisers; the church simply deals in spiritual rather than tangible goods. Moreover, through the intelligent application of commercial marketing strategies, together with a purposeful digital-media plan, you can significantly increase the number of people who express interest in your church as well as those who actually join.