The next European Christian Internet Conference will take place 9-12 June 2015 at the conference hotel sofia in Helsinki. Website of the venue: www.sofia.fi
Registration is now open and will close an 1 May!
The topic of ECIC 20 will be:
Pastor Martin Hoegger, ecumenical officer of the Reformed Church in the Canton of Vaud, preached the following sermon during the opening service of the 19th European Christian Internet Conference, at the Ecumenical Institute Bossey, 2 June 2014.
I. Jesus, the open communicator par excellence
The theme of this conference is "Open Internet, Open Church, Open Source."
I would like to meditate on that little word "open".
There is expectation in the air. Only two weeks left until the 19th European Christian Internet Conference starts.
Webpastors, webworkers and webdevelopers will meet from 2-5 June at the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey, near Geneva. We are looking forward to inspiring networking, new ideas and interesting discussions.
Registration is now closed. If you were planning to join the conference, but haven't registered yet, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org to check whether you can still participate.
You can now register for ECIC19. The conference will take place 2-5 June 2014 at the Ecumenical Institute of the World Council of Churches at Bossey, Switzerland.
Take advantage of a special early registration price of €490 by booking before 15 March.
Ciarán McMahon described to ECIC participants some features of cyberspace, as well as its effects on the human mind. A key message of the lecture was to highlight the virtual reality as a unique operational context rather than as a mediated fantasy land. Cyberspace was described as a reality with its own inherent rules and characteristics. This all is shaping who we are as humans both online and offline, face-to-face. The person you are online is not necessarily the same as you are offline.