Can a church blog?

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I wasn't sure to write this as a "church websites that use blog software" or "church websites that have syndication feeds" since they're pretty much one and the same.

Here's a list of the ones I know about, in alphabetical order by state, province, or non-state federal district whose tax paying citizens have no voting representation in the Congress.

Add sites in the comments.

Unitarian Universalists of Petaluma, California (Blogger, for updates) '

Universalist National Memorial Church, Washington, DC (Movable Type)

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau, New York (Blogger, for updates)

Long Island UU News (twelve congregations, unknown CMS)

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Ottawa, Ontario (Blogger)

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Florence SC (Blogger)

Later. Ah, it was rather rewarding to see a bunch of the above added to UUpdates.net as a cluster!

One Reply to “Can a church blog?”

  1. Marlyin Sewell’s “Reflections” appear in Blog form, but are related to one or two other websites for the Portland, OR Church. Go to:
    http://www.marilynsewell.com/Reflections.html

    This is one site: http://www.marilynsewell.com/

    This is the other one: http://www.firstunitarianportland.org/sermons/sermons.html

    I also noticed that the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse in Moscow, ID uses several Blogs (interrelated???) for various events and/or committees. Go to:
    RSS Feeds added to UUCP blogs
    [11/29/2005] All of our blogs now have RSS feeds (in the XML/Atom format). This means you can “subscribe” to any future changes on the blog portion of this website, and your RSS-enabled web browser will notify you automatically.
    About the Blogs go to:
    http://palouseuu.org/blog/index.html

    Cheerfully, Roger Kuhrt
    Hoping this is not too confusing to be of use.

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