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Creating a Church Visitor Welcome Kit on Any Budget

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

October 2, 2019 6:00 AM

First impressions matter. This probably isn’t new or shocking to you as a church leader, but it should guide the way your church approaches first-time guests. Aside from helping guests feel welcomed and included, one way churches make a great first...

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Topics: Strategy, Ministry Insight, ChurchComm Stories

Six Tips For Your Church Website’s Children’s Ministry Page

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

September 18, 2019 6:00 AM

The moment someone walks into your children’s ministry, they immediately form an opinion based on safety, security, cleanliness, etc. It’s very important for you as a church to make sure you get right. This same mentality transfers to your children’s...

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Topics: Strategy, Ministry Insight

Church Events People Will Love

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

September 11, 2019 7:37 AM

Church engagement is a highly coveted thing. Only 43 percent of all Evangelical Protestants are considered active Christians, according to a study conducted by Pew Research. Considering the amount of time and effort churches put into every time they...

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Topics: Strategy, Best Practices, Ministry Insight

6 Ways Your Website Can Get People Back Into Ministry

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

September 4, 2019 6:00 AM

While your church website should be the go-to place for people to find your service times, look up your address, and even learn more about events and small groups, it should serve a much bigger purpose. Your church website has the potential to...

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Topics: Design, Ministry Insight, New e360 Themes

9 Ways to Welcome Church Visitors

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

August 28, 2019 6:07 AM

 

Most of the time when churches think of welcoming newcomers, they think of placing people at each door someone could walk through on a Sunday morning. While this is a vital piece to welcoming new guests, it’s not the only area a church should focus...

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Topics: Best Practices, Ministry Insight

Advice for the New Church Communicator

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

August 14, 2019 6:00 AM

 

Church communications is not for the faint of heart. If you’re new to the club, welcome! It’s a great club. Speaking from experience, being a church communicator is one of the most rewarding and diverse jobs out there, but it is also one of the most...

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Topics: Strategy, Ministry Insight

10 Ways to Promote Church Missions

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

July 10, 2019 5:45 AM

When Jesus said, “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations,” in Matthew 28, He didn’t say it as a suggestion. Instead, Jesus commanded that as believers, spreading His message of love (through missions) is our most important job. Wondering how...

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Topics: Best Practices, Ministry Insight, New e360 Themes

How to Stay Connected to Your Church in a Storm

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

February 6, 2019 4:30 PM

Whether your area is experiencing a hurricane, sub-zero temperatures, feet of snow and ice, or other weather-related emergencies, it’s important that you are staying connected to your church during these storms. Not only are your members looking for...

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Topics: Best Practices, Ministry Insight, Featured

What's on Every Church Communicator's Christmas List This Year

Posted by Samantha Decker

December 20, 2018 7:00 AM

Church communicators are very busy people. Not only do they wear many hats (graphic artist, social media guru, and marketing specialist just to name a few), church communicators offer a variety of skills that help their church fulfill its mission and...

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Topics: Best Practices, Ministry Insight

A Church Communicator's Guide to Wrapping Up The Year

Posted by Samantha Decker

December 13, 2018 7:00 AM

If you're wondering what happened to 2018, you're certainly not alone. It seems that every year, time speeds by more quickly than the previous one. You don't want to get caught off guard by going into the New Year being unprepared, unorganized, and...

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Topics: Best Practices, Ministry Insight

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