Posts in the 'tech' category

Volunteer at My Friend’s Place

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

This local shelter is usually full, and includes single adults as well as young families. While donations of bread, snacks and other single items are often available, the clients do not receive prepared meals. They are responsible for buying food and preparing their own meals, storing supplies and leftovers in their personal lockers.
The Dover Friendly […]

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Bell-Wether Deadline

Friday, February 4th, 2011

The Bell-Wether Deadline for the March issue is Monday, February 14th.
All materials to be published must be left at the Church Office or given to Claire Bloom (bellwether [at] stjohnsdover [dot] org) on or before that date.

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Email problems - News & Notes

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Due to mail server problems at our hosting provider, News & Notes was not distributed by email today. We are working on the problem now, and will update when resolved.
Update 4/1/10: we have a workaround to the problem, and new posts are published to email as expected.

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Missing emails from St. John’s?

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

Several of us have noticed that our subscription emails from StJohnsDover.org are landing in the spam folder on Yahoo or GMail. We’re working to identify the best solution for this. All mail from the St. John’s web site is mailed from our web server using the email address nobody@lexington.networkredux.net (isn’t that a true […]

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Tell me the stories of Jesus … online

Tuesday, February 13th, 2007

Telling the stories of our ministries - online - is an important way we can reach out to people who are wondering “How is Jesus working through the people of St. John’s?” And with our new web site, it really is easy to tell the stories, as well as post and update announcements for […]

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Web Site Workshop

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

We’ll have an informal workshop on Saturday morning, Jan. 27th at 9am, for folks interested in learning how to post announcements on the web site. If you manage your email online, you won’t find it difficult to contribute to the web site on behalf of your St. John’s program or committee.
Please contact Mike Willett […]

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Editing Tips

Saturday, November 25th, 2006

Note: This article has been superceded with our Editors Guide. The following reflects some early experiences with the WordPress 2.0 “visual rich editor”, which we’ve since decided is better avoided.
This article in the “tech” category is for the good folks who are editing our website. Scroll down to read some guidelines and ideas […]

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WordPress Links for Church web sites

Sunday, October 8th, 2006

These sites are good places to learn about this weblog (a.k.a. blog) software — WordPress — and about using blogging software to run a site that is more than a blog.
WordPress.org

About WP
Documentation

Churchblogger

What-features-does-a-church-website-need-on-its-homepage
Choosing-a-theme
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How to Blog

Theme list

Living Open Source is the blog of an IT-guy-turned-minister from Merseyside in the UK. Tim is the source of the […]

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