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How has your place of worship embraced technology? 


Baptist Insurance Company launched a new competition for Baptist places of worship and customers on 4 April 2022. ‘Tales of Technology’ invites you to share how your place of worship has embraced technology and how this has helped to benefit your church mission, congregation and local community


BIC Tales of Technology


How you have embraced tech could win you £1,500 for your church 

Maybe you’ve installed the latest tech in the fabric of the church itself to make worship easier, more accessible, greener, or safer. Perhaps you’ve taken to virtual services, set up a website, or found new ways of fundraising online. Or maybe you’ve jazzed up your facilities with lights, sound or projection. Has technology helped you to save time, offer a wider range of services or reach more people? 

Baptist Insurance wants to celebrate your solutions, creativity and positive impacts. Whatever your story, they are excited to hear it! Fifteen Baptist places of worship will be awarded a Regional Winner’s donation of £500, and one overall National Winner will receive a further £1,000. 


Key Information 
  • To enter, simply visit the website: www.baptist-insurance.co.uk/churchcomp 
  • Submit your tale in 250 words – you can also include one photograph 
  • Entries close 30 June 2022 
  • Winners will be announced in September 2022 
  • Further details and the terms and conditions can be found on the website 

Please note, there is also the option to download the entry form and return it via email or freepost. Plus there are posters available for you to download – so you can spread the word amongst your friends, family and community. 


Want to know more? 

Baptist Insurance wants to provide you with the help and advice that you need to continue to protect your church and its community. For guidance or information on church and home insurance, please visit its website.  


 
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