The leadership of the Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg (EKBO) decided to equip the local churches with free wireless Internet. The project was given the name God-Spot in which you hear native users of the Internet the phrase Hot-Spot, ennobled “divine” presence.

Free Wi-Fi is expected to first provide about 220 temples located in the German capital and throughout the Federal state of Brandenburg. Among them is the French Church of Friedrichstadt on the Gendarmenmarkt in Central Berlin, Church-monument of the Emperor Wilhelm in Berlin area Charlottenburg, as well as the Evangelical Church in meyenburg Brandenburge, reported on a special website EKBOdedicated to the project.

While free access to Wi-Fi inside the Church building and outside will be able to use as churchgoers and passers-by. Registration for connection is not required. To the Day of the Church year 2017 points to the God-Spot will be equipped with the remaining not covered by temples, houses of priests and various Church institutions. The project aims to deliver free wireless Internet to all three thousand temples EKBO. Will help bring all this to fruition unnamed provider with which the Church entered into a contract. He will oversee the smooth operation of the network.

Technical Director of the Consistory EKBO Fabian Kretschmer believes that people do not become less spiritual than before, but has changed the means of communication, much is now happening in social networks and communities. “Using God-Spot, we – the Evangelical Church – are going to build your own safe home in the digital world,” he said.

Users free the Internet first will be required to meet a Landing Page is a special page that talks about the Church, oborudovaniem access point for the ecclesiastical parish. It also includes texts devoted to issues of faith. After that you can freely “wander” across the world wide web. No advertising and requirements to provide personal data this “journey” will not be accompanied.




Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg presents all with free Wi-Fi 19.05.2016

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