Live tweets of sermon as Keynsham parishioners herald Christmas through Twitter
A Keynsham youth worker is to tweet the town parish church's Christmas sermon.
The sermon at St John the Baptist Church, Keynsham, will be delivered by the Rev Simon Howell while live tweets will be sent out by church youth worker, Dan Crouch, whose handle is @DanCrouch.
They will be joined by other congregations and clergy from the Diocese of Bath and Wells and from across the country in a Christmas twitter campaign.
Dan, who runs the weekly @One youth group, says Twitter is the perfect way to spread the Christmas message.
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"The young people often use Twitter to chat to each other and now we can tweet the Christmas sermon as it happens and in doing so engage in conversation about Christmas and reach people directly in their homes."
The hashtag #ChristmasStartsWithChrist goes live on Christmas Eve. Tweets can be expected from all services up to Christmas Day.. Dan will be joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu and Archbishop Designate Justin Welby.