A modern approach

PUBLISHED: 15:06 04 August 2006 | UPDATED: 22:02 28 May 2010

Webmaster John Phillips, left, with the rector, the Rev Peter Baxandall with the website

Webmaster John Phillips, left, with the rector, the Rev Peter Baxandall with the website

ST Wendreda s Church, March, takes its name from a seventh century Saxon princess and the oldest parts of the building date back to the Norman period. But the church has taken another step into the 21st century by launching its new website. The church too

ST Wendreda's Church, March, takes its name from a seventh century Saxon princess and the oldest parts of the building date back to the Norman period. But the church has taken another step into the 21st century by launching its new website.

The church took its first step into the 21st century when it started using a laptop and projector to display its 10.30am service two years ago.

The website can be found at www.wendreda.net and was constructed with the help of the Leprosy Mission, which hosts the site. A wide range of information is available on the site from the mission societies that the church supports, to fundraising events and service times to details on the Alpha course that is due to begin on September 10.


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