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Video screens projected the lyrics to a hymn during services at Grace Chapel in Lexington. The church, with 3,000 weekly worshipers and a full-time staff of 40, has embraced the same computer technology as the corporate world.

Mega-churches spread the word via high-tech

Digital aids alter the act of worship

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / July 3, 2005

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The first Sunday service at Grace Chapel in Lexington starts at 8:05 a.m. Pastor F. Bryan Wilkerson and his staff arrive even earlier. They've got to switch on the lights, brew the coffee and, of course, boot up the computers. (Full article: 1169 words)

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