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Flamingo Road Church Adds Some Church to Facebook

March 5, 2010

COOPER CITY, Fla., March 5 /PRNewswire/ — There are many churches doing Live Internet Services but Flamingo Road Church is taking it to a whole new social level with a Social Network Application. Flamingo Road Church is utilizing the Facebook platform but took it a step further and developed the first Live Interactive Service Video Streaming to connect with its guests.

“Today’s society is looking for more interaction with spiritual activities and the Video Streaming does just that. It allows guests to enjoy the benefits of a social network, like Facebook, and attend church,” said Troy Gramling, lead pastor of Flamingo Road Church. “We are in the middle of an exciting transition to a new church concept, the Church on the Internet. We are going out of the traditional brick-and-mortar buildings into cyberspace to provide an option for our guests from all over the world to experience one church where they are.”

Flamingo Road Church is one of the leading churches that offer an “Internet Campus” to their guests. Virtual church attendees can observe live services and simultaneously interact with Brian Vasil, Internet Campus Pastor. For additional information about Flamingo Road Church Facebook Application, visit http://apps.facebook.com/frclive

About Flamingo Road Church:

Troy Gramling is the Lead Pastor at Flamingo Road Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida – a church with a vision to partner with people to reach their God-potential. Flamingo Road is a multi-site church with campuses in North & South America that has grown from 2000 to over 11,000 under Pastor Troy’s leadership, and has also been recognized by Outreach magazine as one of the top 100 largest and fastest growing churches in America.


    Contact: ann.somrah@flamingoroad.org
    Phone: 954.434.1500 ext 104

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