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Online Church Backdrop Banner Ideas

While most churches have adopted church online, not as many have adapted to church online. For many churches, broadcasting online has simply become connecting an available camera to Facebook or YouTube and sending out a link to church members. While that was fine in a...

Communicating your Church’s COVID Safety Plan

Unfortunately, we've all heard the public health news where church officials find out that someone who attended their church service has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. This is an opportunity for your community to see that you either took necessary precautions...

Floor vinyl stickers for social distancing at your church

Floor vinyl stickers for social distancing are everywhere - at the grocery store, in line at the DMV, and at the gas station. While the necessity of social distancing brought on the popularity of floor vinyl stickers, we're not entirely disappointed. Besides the easy...

Social Distancing Signs For Churches

As a Pastor or church leader, you may think that social distancing signs are an eyesore or a 'necessary evil' or simply one more thing to add to your to-do list as you're getting your church ready to gather in person again, but signage, in any form, can be a way to...

…And we’re back…maybe?

Some of our churches are able to meet in person again under various conditions. Some of us have known this was coming, but many of us have been given very short notice (or none at all). Some of us opened and then had to close again. In light of that, here’s how using...

The Danger of “Welcome back to Church”

It’s a common opening phrase being heard at churches all over as we’re moving towards meeting in person again. The danger of the phrase is the implication that while we were away, we weren’t doing church, and now that we’re in person, we ARE doing church – but what...

Church Numbers that Matter…

We would all love a switch that we can turn ‘normal’ church back on like turning on a light. One weekend we had to meet online, and now with a flick of the switch, we’re able to meet in person, and things at church are just like they were in February. Let’s be clear...

The Clarity Strategy

There’s a lot to be said for clarity, and how clarity is essential to communicate everything throughout your church’s experience.  Right now, the biggest topic of clarity is how you’re handling social distancing and interaction with your members and visitors as they...

Sharing your church message on free real estate

It’s amazing to think that churches are seeing greater numbers online than they saw in-person. The barrier to entry is so much lower, and the anonymity is so much higher for people who have wanted to find out what your church is like, but weren’t sure they wanted to...

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