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St Bride's: News

London Internet Church

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Established in 2007 by the Diocese of London to spread the Christian message throughout the world, the London Internet Church has flourished into an organization that has a 22,000+ strong global email database and a website receiving in excess of 25,000 visitors per month.

Prayer requests, "light-a-candle", Morning Prayer, Night Prayer as well as sermons and videos of various Anglican services sit at the heart of our offering, enabling us to connect with Christians whenever and wherever they may be. You can join the Forum page which connects people together in a variety of topics concerning faith. We receive a significant and open-ended grant from Google each year to enable us to advertise our work through AdWords, which produces around 20,000 (PPC) clicks - i.e. site visits - per month.

What makes this internet church different from other cyber churches is that it is based in a real Christian community at the heart of the City of London at St Stephen Walbrook. A network of prayer supporters including religious orders and parishes pray the intercessions weekly as a part of the work of the church. This is a new way of being church and uses the internet for the Gospel.

Our partnership with St Stephen, Walbrook - situated in the heart of the City of London - and St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square means that we have the potential to make lots of original, compelling content available to a global audience.

The London Internet Church is now looking for those who have a concern for the use of the internet as a part of proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ in today's world and whose skills might enhance the present team of supporters.

This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to a growing charity, for someone who wishes to use their skills to help spread the Christian message to a worldwide audience.

To find out more about the London Internet Church please contact The Venerable Peter Delaney by email to Those interested are invited to send their CV to
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