Internet Services

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There are many Internet Service Providers and many bundle their services with other commonly used services like telephone and cable. Where possible, a local church should invest in high-speed Internet access. It is possible that a local church might not be able to get Internet access or only have dial-up available in their area. The accessibility and quality of the connection will often determine the extent to which a church can use electronic communication and develop a dynamic Web ministry.

Some public libraries offer free Internet access and computer use. This is an option for those churches with little to no budget, but it will make it more challenging to implement and maintain a dynamic Web ministry.

Popular Internet Service Providers include:

With a computer and Internet connection, you’re ready to communicate in cyberspace as soon as you get an email address.

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Suggested services are for example only. United Methodist Communications neither endorses or guarantees the reliability or terms of use and services for these suggestions nor does it benefit in any way from listing the service as an example or by subsequent use of a third party directed from this site.

 

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