About Computer Seraph
What Computer Seraph does
Computer Seraph provides computer consulting services to churches. Churches have particular information handling needs, including mailing lists, stewardship mailings and responses, and financial management. Then there's the publishing which churches undertake regularly: weekly bulletins, newsletters, and special event publicity, not to mention the growing field of publishing on the Internet. These needs require attention that they don't always get.
All too often, a church spends a great deal of effort and money on a brand-new system, which then lands on a secretary's or pastor's desk, and sits. The most common omissions in the purchase of a new computer are:
Computer Seraph can help churches choose a new or upgraded computer, transfer old information to a new system, create new databases for church use, and train staff. Because this service is directed toward local churches, the rates are low and negotiable.
In 1997, Computer Seraph began offering full-featured Web site hosting at an excellent value.
History of Computer Seraph
Computer Seraph was founded in 1995 on a part-time basis, which it still is! Clients have included Immanuel Congregational Church UCC in Hartford, CT; Elmwood Community Church UCC in West Hartford, CT; North Guilford Congregational Church in Guilford, CT; First Congregational Church UCC of Madison, CT; Anderson (no relation!) Graphic Design in Oxford, CT; Peter Indorf, Inc., of New Haven, CT; and Mark Art Productions of Seymour, CT. These projects have included major database preparation, networking, purchase recommendations, Web site research, and training.
Computer Seraph is currently unable to take a very heavy client load, but please call (860) 342-1155 for information about availability.
Computer Seraph's Owner and Prime Consultant
Eric S. Anderson is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, and serves as an interim minister in the Connecticut Conference, UCC. He has had experience with a variety of personal computers and operating systems, including Apple II ProDOS, MS-DOS, Windows 3.11, Windows 95, and Macintosh. He has been a member of the Connecticut Conference Board of Directors, and chaired the Computer Committee for the Board.
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