Interestingly, in order to effectively communicate, the church needs to stop talking before the congregation (or community) stops listening. Or we’re just wasting our time! It’s crazy how short the average attention span has gotten all while we...
What does your church smell like? Is it a pleasing aroma? Research shows that a visitor will be able to recall the scent from your service far longer than the look of the building.
No one likes to get duped. But it's what happens in our Easter Services.
We all want people to feel welcomed and for them to know we’d love to see them come back. So how do we convey that message?
If you do these simple (yet time consuming) things, you’ll discover they’ll save you a ton of time in the long term, and will...
The role of communication encompasses every ministry detail in your church. An effective communication director will need to...
If you do these simple (yet time consuming) things, you’ll discover they’ll save you a ton of time in the longterm.
Once you have new people in the door, make sure they know you care and want them to return by putting a well thought process into place.
Decades ago, Church Communication was much simpler. Then, things changed in communication when the internet introduced a new information/communication age.
For a short window of time, electronic technology was a whiz-bang way to get people in the church door. Now it’s the background noise we don’t notice, until we don’t have it.