Your church takes pride in calling each other 'family'. The 'family' may have met through a youth group, mission trip, religious camp and/or church events - and have continued a friendship outside of the church. When you and/or others invite new visitors to join an event or tag along a field trip you boast how everyone is a best friend.
Naturally, you believe you are an inclusive organization. So, you wonder why you don't see those you've invited again? Read HERE why newcomers don't return.
Planning for a year of successful events takes much consideration. Figuring out the best time of day for families to participate, avoiding event clashing with other holiday celebrations and finding new event activities/ideas are all something to contemplate when creating a full year of church events.
HERE are a few more tips on how to appropriately build your church's calendar.
Websites are necessary to encourage brand credibility. Consumers look to an organization's website to learn, understand and decide if a group or church is worth their time.
When learning about a church, the person searching may either be looking to switch congregations or are new to town and are in need of joining a church. To understand if your church is the best fit, your website must explain your organization's call to action, center of focus and next steps. Click on the 'read more' button below to see if your church's website is making any of these mistakes.