Network Suffolk is now 10 months old. It is establishing a central place to share stories of faith, news and events. The web site, along with our Facebook pages and groups, is seeing a growing online community of Christian faith. We are now looking to grow our team of volunteers….
Do you have a story to tell? Do you have links within your local community? We are looking to build up a network of contributors from across Suffolk. Writing regularly or occasionally, of stories and events near you. These can be written, photographed or by video. Send us your contributions and we will edit and publish according to our publishing guidelines.
Do you enjoy writing? We are looking to appoint suitably experienced and/or enthusiastic people to go out and report on the stories across our communities. We will provide sources and contacts to make arrangements for interview – you will ask the questions and draft original articles. We may also ask you to attend events and report back on them. Final editorial and publishing will be undertaken by us, sourcing you as our reporter.
Do you have experience in the development of web sites and social media to maximise the potential for reaching people with the stories we are looking to share? We would welcome the right people to join our team to help with technical developments, both strategically and practically.
If you are interested in any way, please contact me, Phil Stollery at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an informal chat.
Network Suffolk is run by a small voluntary part time team, with links to local Church Leaders who we meet with to review developments and offer us a governing body of reference. We are part of an informal network of christian groups and have been busy developing links with a broad section of the Christian Church.