The annual gathering of the Kingdom Code community

/KINGDOM CODE/ – In three weeks time we’re hosting BUILD, a 24-hour hackathon for Christians in the technology industry. BUILD is designed to bring a community of digital skill sets together to explore ideas, create prototype solutions and address issues facing our churches and ministries. As well as bringing together individuals in the tech-industry, BUILD also invites guest ministries and mission agencies to share their specific fields and the challenge areas they are facing.

On Friday 11 – Saturday 12th October coders, designers and tech entrepreneurs will be gathering together for the fifth annual hackathon, along with our 2019 challenge partners; Christians Against Poverty and Christianity Explored Ministries. We’re going to be exploring how we might serve and include the poor in our local churches, and how we might equip Christians to use the Bible more in evangelism.

We want curious individuals to join us to delve deeper into these topics, to come up with ideas and to work with people who can implement them right away. It is a chance for you to build something quickly and make new relationships in the process, bringing about practical solutions to serve our churches, ministries, and God’s family.

We are inviting you, as someone working in a digital role, to take part in this unique event. Come alongside participants in the world of tech from across Europe; leading software developers, designers, project managers and more, to share ideas for the advancement of Christian technology.

This year’s event will take place on the 11–12 October in at St. John’s Hoxton, London. If you and your team are interested in attending, register at

Associated Links

  • Hacker culture
  • Hackathon
  • Internet slang
  • OpenBSD
  • Cultures
  • Culture
  • Computing