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Technology as a tool to serve church and humanity

From the May 2024 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Technology has dramatically changed the way people and organizations can disseminate content since the first web page was introduced to the world in 1991. Today there are 1.13 billion websites worldwide. Among them are, the primary website of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston;, which delivers The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald in digital and audio formats;, the website of The Christian Science Monitor; and, the website of The Mary Baker Eddy Library. 

Suzanne Smedley asked Audrey MacKenzie, Chief Information Officer for the Church, and Fred Telschow, Manager of Information Technology Operations and Broadcast and Multimedia Production Services and Special Projects, to share their insights and prayers about their work, and the ways in which technology is serving the Church’s mission.

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