In some ways, the social web is a like a vast nervous system, a brain, filled with uncounted connections and neural pathways. It's organized in a particular way. It notices some events, like a sudden shift to colored shoelaces, while being oblivious to others, like child abuse. It values some people and ignores others.
The mission of religion is to re-progam the collective human brain. Expressions of solidarity are not just the buzzword for social justice. Congregational worship and programming are all about solidarity: revealing, and strengthening, the strands of interconnection between ourselves and others. Between the hidden parts of ourselves and the hidden parts of others. The worship of God who is the creator of us all and knows our most secret thoughts and still loves us is another way to express that interconnectedness and webiness of human life.