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28th February 2005
A Resource for the 21st Century
The 28th February sees the launch of the new National Readers' Website, with information and resources aimed at helping Readers across the Church to fulfil their office.
The website complements the highly successful and acclaimed magazine,'The Reader, in supporting Reader ministry and contributing to CME.
But today's contents are just the beginning; unlike the magazine, the website is not constrained by space or deadlines and offers us considerable flexibility and opportunity. It's been designed to continue to grow as more material is offered and requested, and can be more immediate in communicating across the Reader community.
¤ If you have read a book that you would recommend to Readers – send in details, together with a few sentences of commentary – what the book is about, why it would be useful, how it's helped you
¤ If you have been inspired by a particular CD or tape – send in details, together with a few sentences of commentary – what it contains, how you’ve found it useful, why you recommend it.
¤ If you have any hints and tips for Readers – pass them on.
¤ If you want information that's not on the site – say so, and we'll try to include it.
The website also offers the chance to explore the diversity of Reader Ministry and experience across the Church – tell us all what you do, and what’s going on – and send in pictures.
The site aims to offer information and links which are of practical help to Readers, and indeed others in ministry, and make them want to return regularly to the web.
Are available from the CRC Office.