Technology Grants Available

Monday, March 1st, 2021

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"We are moving forward with technology grants to equip our churches with the tools they need to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ." Bishop Daniel Gutiérrez

The Diocese of Pennsylvania Technology Grants are designed to provide our churches with the tools needed to pre-record and/or stream their services and ministries. These grants of up to $2,500 can be used to bring Internet into a space; or acquire/upgrade equipment used for virtual worship (cameras, lighting, microphones, software, etc.). The diocese continues to provide free technology consultation to churches – in person or online – as needed through our Digital Disciples program and soon-to-be launched Media Center.

If you wish to apply for a Technology Grant please open this document in PDF or Microsoft Word and edit it; or answer the questions in a separate document. All applications must be sent to dhorner@diopa.org with “tech grants” in the subject header. There is not currently a deadline for requesting a technology grant but we ask churches to do this as soon as they are able to ensure a thorough review.

Questions? Contact us.

 

 

 

 

 

The Diocese of Pennsylvania Technology Grants are designed to provide our churches with the tools needed to pre-record and/or stream their services and ministries. These grants of up to $2,500 can be used to bring Internet into a space; or acquire/upgrade equipment used for virtual worship (cameras, lighting, microphones, software, etc.). The diocese continues to provide free technology consultation to churches – in person or online – as needed through our Digital Disciples program and soon-to-be launched Media Center.

If you wish to apply for a Technology Grant please open this document in PDF or Microsoft Word and edit it; or answer the questions in a separate document. All applications must be sent to dhorner@diopa.org with “tech grants” in the subject header. There is not currently a deadline for requesting a technology grant but we ask churches to do this as soon as they are able to ensure a thorough review.

 

Questions? Contact us.