What is the Church IT Network?
The Church IT Network first began as a series of events referred to as Church IT Round Tables (CITRT). Today, the CITRT has grown into a peer learning community, or network, of like-minded ministry technologists across the US and around the globe. Very much like those who started the National Association of Church Business Administrators (NACBA) and similar organizations, there has been a growing interest among Church technologists to find ways to connect with each other. And, thus, the CITRT group was born in the fall of 2006. Today, the Church IT Network consists of over 1,000 church staff and volunteers who have been involved with our community.
If you are passionate about serving the body of Christ through technology, then the Church IT Network is for you.
- Create people networks of Church IT professionals (staff, volunteers, consultants and companies) to assist and support ministry’s use of technology
- Provide Best of Class Solutions for Church IT
- Provide regular Church IT discussions through online social networks, monthly live podcasts, and face-to-face meetings twice a year
- Encourage and inspire one another
- Provide an online forum to express ideas, ask questions, and work out or document solutions to current challenges that impact Church technology
- Provide assistance and best value to the Church IT professional
Adapted from: http://www.churchitnetwork.com/about