Communications

Wayfinding: 9 Visuals To Welcome Your Visitors

Christmas is just around the corner. Are you hitting these nine wayfinding visuals to welcome this season's church guests to your ministry?


M Wagner  ·  November 30, 2016

With the Christmas season approaching and its increase in guests and attendance, it’s the perfect time to look at new ways in which your church can go the extra mile to ensure your guests feel welcome through wayfinding.

View 9 Wayfinding Visuals Here

Making your guests feel welcome throughout their entire Sunday morning experience is key; since your guests have no attachment to your church, they have no incentive to return if they feel ignored their first time there, or can’t find their way around your church.

What’s good about investing in your guest experience though, is that there is no downside for your current attendees. More greeters, smiling faces, and lots more signage will help to make your regular attendees feel welcomed as well, and will see these visual improvements as evidence of their church working to reach guests coming in from the surrounding community - something they can feel good about.

Take a look at the following slides to see some ways in which you can improve wayfinding for guests at your church.

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