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Bye bye St. Pixels

Without St Pix, perhaps I wouldn’t be where I am now following my stroke in 2003 and finding St Pixels…

Making an ass of myself

I was reading in IDEA, the magazine of the Evangelical Alliance, that some millennials (in their article people now aged 18 to 37)  have been badly hurt by church. My experience with internet church St Pixels is that an earlier generation also left for that reason.
St Pix mat
Last Sunday, 22 November, St Pixels, the Internet church, held its last service.

Started in 2003 as the Church of Fools by the Ship of Fools as a 3D experiment by the Christian website Ship of Fools, as a three month experiment in being church on line, it continued, without the visuals first as a forum and chat room (where services were held) then with its own software for and finally as a Facebook app. Last Sunday the Facebook  app closed.

The eleven years it was running have been a wild ride. At times it felt that we did not know what we were doing and…

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Comments on: "Bye bye St. Pixels" (1)

  1. Thanks for the repost, mate.

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