Social Networking and Churches

Nearly two years ago I tweeted about three sites which sought to connect people in order to meet needs: worldwideopen.org, roov.com, thecommon.org.  All seemed to be quite similar in filling such a niche.

I had the same feeling when I heard of tableproject.org today.  It reminds me of mychurch.org, onthecity.org, beonebody.com, and some aspects of churchcommunitybuilder.com and other ChMSes.

No doubt there are differences between those listed above, but it will be interesting to watch how churches respond to all of these choices.

[update: related post on some of the above and another]

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