Kingdom Code BUILD is our annual hackathon in partnership with Indigitous #Hack, bringing together Christians who work in the world of tech from across Europe.
Join Christian technologists from across the UK and beyond to share ideas and kick start projects that integrate our Christian faith and technical skill sets.
Whether you’re a developer, designer, project manager, branding/marketing expert, ideator or something else entirely, enjoy taking a weekend to meet and work with others in the Kingdom Code community who share your desire to see God glorified through technology.
St. John's, Hoxton
London N1 6NP
I absolutely loved it, I was able to use my God given gift to glorify God
Kingdom Code unites,
building done in unity,
Christ honoured in tech.
I loved using my God-given to have fun and create tools to further God’s kingdom
BUILD is a community and encouragement of shared passions
[BUILD is] an amazing opportunity to work on some exciting, kingdom focused projects with so many gifted and passionate individuals.
Really encouraging to be surrounded and work alongside fellow Christians who want to create tech for God's Kingdom!
[The hackathon is] a fun, yet intense, time to work with other Christian tech enthusiasts, a great space to learn.
From having projects to work on, through to covering the event costs, we need your help. The team give their time for free, but without the support of like-minded businesses, churches and charities, BUILD could not take place.Find out more
Each year individuals come together around projects to form teams. These might be a missionally minded passion project, a R&D project from a ministry, or an investigation into the potential of a new tech or tool…
In 2017 we explored how Christians Against Poverty might use VR… In 2022 we trialed virtual sponsored marathons for Compassion. We've optimised AWS setups for ministries, designed supporter websites, analysed data…
How can we bring participants of an online evangelistic course into in-person conversations and discipleship relationships?
Create an API that automatically categorises charities to support giving.
A start-up ministry has data stored in multiple different silos, how might we support them to have a better understanding of their operations, identify trends, and make better decisions.
Help build a community tool for church members to ask questions about their faith.
How might create a hybrid space for young people to grow in their faith?
Improve an existing tool to help find local church volunteers build relationship and connections with lonely families.
Can you help CMS build a skill sharing platform for a network of ministry pioneers?
Copy and pasting the Bible is full of formatting issues; how can we make it a smooth user experience?
Put useful and practical information into the hands of the church so they can understand what poverty looks like in their area.
Support the PrayerMate team rework the internal database and reimplement offline data syncing
How might we take some of the tools of an IDE and apply them to scripture?
What technology could we implement to help non-english speakers understand a Sunday service in real-time?
Help make the back-of-house admin run smoothly in foodbanks
How can we display and visualise the on the ground impact a ministry is having?
There is still space for a few more projects to join us… Find out about bringing yours .
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We'll feed you throughout the whole weekend, just let us know your dietary needs when you register.
Some people choose to work all the way through, most choose some sleep! You can sleep onsite (bring your own sleeping bag and toothbrush), or arrange your own offsite accomodation.
St. John's is a five minute walk from Old Street Tube station (Northern line), it's a quick hop from London, King's Cross.
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