Press Release: Rethink Church releases new mobile app

United Methodist Communications
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Nashville, TN 37203

December 16, 2013

Rethink Church releases new mobile app

Nashville, Tenn.: United Methodist Communications invites you to not only Rethink Church, but to also Rethink Christmas. A new mobile app, designed to inspire you to let go of the hustle and bustle of the season to rediscover the true meaning of Christmas, is now available free for Apple and Android devices.

The Rethink Christmas app includes a game and daily Scriptural inspiration for Advent. It also provides links to various Rethink Church social media channels, where users are invited to join the Advent photo-a-day project, a meaningful way to enjoy this season with intention and awareness. Additionally, the app links to the Find-A-Church database, the online directory of United Methodist churches, where users easily can locate a United Methodist congregation in their area.

OVC developed the Rethink Christmas app in partnership with Rethink Church.

To download Rethink Christmas on your Apple device, go to the iTunes app store and search for Rethink Christmas. It is also available in the Google Play store for installation on Android.

About Rethink Church
Rethink Church, the next evolution of The United Methodist Church’s “Open hearts” welcoming and advertising campaign, highlights the many opportunities available within United Methodist churches to engage with the world—from literacy programs to feeding the poor. At, visitors may interact, learn more about the church and search for involvement opportunities.

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