What is the Church IT Network?

The Church IT Network exists to connect Church IT professionals, volunteers, consultants and companies to assist and support each other.

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National Conference

2018 National Conference

October 2nd-4th, 2018

Join us this October 2 - 4, 2018 for our National Church IT Network Conference. This is a great opportunity to meet and learn from others in the Church IT field. Whether your job is Core IT Infrastructure, Social Media, Online Ministry, or IT Strategy, this is a chance to connect and learn from your peers and technology partners. Combined, we represent over 1 million church goers. It's the largest single event for Church IT collaboration, inspiration and community among peers from churches of all sizes and types.

McLean Bible Church -  VA
October 2 - 4, 2018

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The Forum

As of Oct 2016, the Discourse Forum is now the community hub of the Church IT Network. To bring organization to the myriad of social interactions across social media sites, the CITN is centering its online community on this new plaftform.

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We have a 24/7 Church IT chatroom on Slack. You'll find IT folks hanging out all hours of the day. It's a place to ask questions, blow off some steam, and get to know other IT peers.

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Twitter is the second most active place for Church IT professionals via the #CITRT hashtag. News & updates about CITN events are posted on the official CITRT twitter account.

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Monthly, CITN folks “meet” online and via phone to discuss all manner of IT topics via Talkshoe. The call is recorded and then made available as a podcast.

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What People are Saying

"I have been in church IT for almost 10 years. I feel certain I would not have lasted in church IT more than 5 or 6 years if it were not for the Church IT Network. Not only is this my most significant professional peer group, I count some of you among my closest friends."

– Clif Guy

Church of the Resurrection

"Working with other churches that have already done what you are trying to do, opens doors for you to connect. Helping someone at another church with your knowledge is what God intends the church and it's staff to do for each other, because we're all on the same team, working for the same Master for the same purpose."

– Mark Rock

Lincoln Berean Church

"This group has been invaluable to me. I learned so much and received so much encouragement through the years. Even when our church budget shrank and we couldn't attend the national events, we attended regional events and shared and supported each other."

– Nancy Graham

Christian Fellowship Church