Welcome to our new website!
You are looking at the results of a new communications strategy that is aligned with the goals of our 2014 ministry plan. Our aim with this new strategy is to communicate more efficiently and effectively with deacons and ministry leaders across Canada. There are 5 things I would like to draw your attention to as you explore the site.
1. Identity Update
We have a new logo! Since we were already creating a new website, it made sense to also evaluate our logo. We have decided to include our full name – Diaconal Ministries Canada – on the new logo rather than the acronym DMC. It is more descriptive of who we are and what we do. We hope you like it.
There are now several ways you can connect with us and keep in touch. This blog is one of them. We hope you’ll bookmark the e-Quip blog and return to it often as a source of guidance and inspiration. You may also subscribe to the e-Quip Newsletter for monthly compilations of our blog posts. The e-Quip Blog will feature stories of transformation from our staff and Diaconal Ministry Developers. It is intended to keep you connected to the latest news from exciting ministries in diaconates across Canada. It is our hope and prayer that God will use this blog to inspire and enable you to share Christ’s mercy in new and exciting ways in your own church neighbourhoods. We’re also on Facebook and Twitter. That’s right. We’re dipping our toes into the waters of social media. We want to reach you where you are online, and since Facebook and Twitter are two of the the most popular social media platforms, we’re starting there. So, if you’re on either or both, be sure to follow us and you’ll soon start to receive status updates and tweets highlighting our blog and other news from Diaconal Ministries Canada. Visit our Connect page to learn more about how to keep in touch.
3. Simple new navigation
Our new website still provides you with in-depth information, tools and other resources to enhance your diaconal work. The top menu provides information about our organization, including background and contact information and a Donate Now link to make it easy for people to support our ministry. The main menu is organized around our 3 key objectives: Engaging Communities, Equipping Deacons, and Doing Justice. We encourage you to explore these links to learn more about who we are and what we do. At the bottom of each page of the site, you’ll find a list of our latest blog posts, Quick Links to our most popular pages, links to our eQuip newsletter sign up form and social media links, and a Get in Touch form.