Engage 2015 are delighted to announce the launch of their official website, which will be the face of the campaign in the build-up to and throughout the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Engage is a cross-denominational campaign established to inspire and equip churches throughout the UK to serve the rugby community throughout the Rugby World Cup in October 2015.
The new website, launched on November 12, will be a one-stop shop for news, inspiration, information and resources for churches and individuals eager to partner with the campaign.
Developed in conjunction with creative agencies ifour and Vidan Lawnes, engage2015.co.uk combines an array of rich content, with high-definition video and hi-resolution pictures standing alongside written content.
Since the launch of the website, Engage 2015 has seen an excellent response with people signing up and the online platform provides all the information required to get involved in the campaign as a church or an individual.
Engage2015.co.uk will be home of the campaign and will showcase a number of high-profile interviews with Christian rugby players as well as keeping followers and volunteers up-to-date with all the latest news from the campaign.
After an overwhelming response on Facebook and Twitter, Engage 2015 are excited to increase their online presence and relish the opportunity to share all the latest news, interviews and resources.
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Note to editors:
The Rugby World Cup – the third largest international sports event – comes to the UK during September/October 2015. It involves 20 national squads from across the globe – including all the home nations; 48 games and 50 training centres spread – from Newcastle to Exeter, and Cardiff to Brighton; almost 500,000 visitors from over 100 nations.
Engage 2015 is a cross denominational organisation set up to help UK churches respond to the Rugby World Cup 2015. Its aim is ‘To help UK’s churches demonstrate God’s love by serving the Rugby World Cup 2015, and their communities during it, to the fullest possible extent.’