Digital revolution for church services?

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The first British church service has been held using hand-held computers instead of Bibles and hymn books.

Parishioners at St John's Church in Mickleover, Derby, followed the text and songs on tablets, connected by the church's wi-fi signal.

The new technology is already proving popular with the congregation.

Simon Ward reports.

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