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Top 5 Tips for Churches to Stay Informed During COVID-19 Outbreak

Top 5 Tips for Churches to Stay Informed During COVID-19 Outbreak

How can churches keep their congregation informed during the COVID-19 outbreak? With the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak on the minds of so many people in America, church leaders may be wondering how they can keep their congregations informed during times of distress. While churches have not been required to close due to Coronavirus, they may be required to do so in the future – and some churches have already voluntarily done so. So, how can you keep your congregation informed during times of distress? Here are a few tips that you can use for communication – whether your church has already shut down or it’s still meeting weekly, you can use them to keep members informed. 1) Prayer Chain Emails & Weekly Email Newsletters This is one of the best ways to keep your congregation informed about what’s going on, particularly in times of distress like the COVID-19 cCoronavirus outbreak. If

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How Can Churches Use Landline Texting?

How Can Churches Use Landline Texting?

How can churches use landline texting? Keeping your congregation engaged in a busy world can be a big task. But modern problems call for modern solutions. In this case, that refers to modern communication tools such as mass texting services. Mass texting for churches may sound unnecessary to those who have been working with a single phone line for years. Making a change to how your church communicates, though, can benefit both your congregation and your staff. Here, we answer questions such as: What is landline texting? How can churches use landline texting? How can my church get started with landline texting? What Is Landline Texting? Landline texting allows users to use an existing landline phone number to send and receive text messages. The texts themselves don’t magically appear on a landline phone with no screen. However, they are sent and received via a separate program like DialMyCalls. DialMyCalls’ service

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Top 3 Church Planting Tips: How to Create a Church

Top 3 Church Planting Tips: How to Create a Church

So you want to plant a church? Creating a church from nothing is a big undertaking, but it can be very rewarding. If you’re thinking of starting a church, there are many important factors to keep in mind. Much of church-planting is based on personal preference, but other parts are non-negotiable. If you’re wondering how to create your own church, keep reading. Below, we discuss three important parts of church-planting: creating a church structure, getting legally recognized, and spreading the word. 1) Creating Your Church’s Structure Any church is based on a set of beliefs and values. In most cases, it’s unlikely to assume that all future members will believe the exact same things. However, there is usually a set of core values that all members agree on. When you’re first starting your church, you’ll need to establish this statement of faith so that potential members know if your church

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Top 10 Tips to Prepare for an Emergency at Your Church

Top 10 Tips to Prepare for an Emergency at Your Church

Keeping your congregation safe from an emergency such as a natural disaster, fire, or even a situation like an active shooter or other violent person entering your church should be one of your top priorities. So, in this guide, we’ll discuss a few helpful church safety tips that can help you keep your church members safe – in any situation. 1. Have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) That Defines Staff Roles in an Emergency First and foremost, you should develop an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for your church. This document outlines the responsibilities of each person and the actions you’ll take in an emergency, such as: Who will contact 911? Who will communicate with authorities? Who will speak to the media? Who is responsible for directing evacuations? This guide from OSHA is mostly intended for small businesses – but is still helpful for outlining the basics about what an EAP

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How Church Management Is Easier with Technology

How Church Management Is Easier with Technology

Managing a church is about more than preaching a sermon every Sunday. Church leaders are responsible for keeping their staff, volunteers, and congregation consistently informed and involved. Thankfully, there’s plenty of technology that can help make such a big job easier ‒ automated church systems that make use of church texting services or youth ministry texting plans can be hugely beneficial. Automated church systems can be useful in all areas of the church. These programs can allow pastors and church administrators to get the small stuff out of the way quickly, allowing them time to focus on investing in the faith and fellowship of their members. Improving Staff and Volunteer Communication with Automated Church Systems Anyone who’s worked for or with a church before knows that there are a lot of moving parts. The individuals and groups that keep the church running smoothly may include: Senior pastors Youth pastors Children’s

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Planning and Implementing Corporate Prayer Nights at Your Church

Planning and Implementing Corporate Prayer Nights at Your Church

Corporate prayer is a powerful way for your church congregation to connect with one another – and to connect with God. The power of corporate prayer is outlined in the Bible in many verses, but in Matthew 18:19-20, in particular, which reads: Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them. If you have never tried hosting a corporate prayer night at your church, it’s a great opportunity for you and your church congregation to grow closer – both with each other, and with God. Not sure how to get started, and plan and implement a corporate prayer night? Here’s a guide that can help you understand the process! 1. Choose a Night and Time That Is

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How to Plan a Movie Night at Your Church – Your Complete Guide

How to Plan a Movie Night at Your Church – Your Complete Guide

Hosting a movie night at your church is a great way to connect with both your current church members, and your local community. If you’ve been looking for a fun, family-friendly event for your congregation, a movie night is a fantastic option. But how can you put on a successful movie night? What are the right steps for planning your movie night? In this article, we’ll discuss everything that you need to know. Read on, and get all of the details now. 1. Choose Your Movie (And the Theme of Your Event) First things first, you’ll need to choose a movie to watch. If you have a good internet connection at your church, you can stream a movie from websites like Netflix, Amazon Prime, PureFlix, or any other streaming service. Otherwise, it may be best to stick with a good old-fashioned DVD, or a Blu-Ray if your A/V equipment can

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Our Tips for Building a Better Digital Strategy for Your Church

Our Tips for Building a Better Digital Strategy for Your Church

The digital world is everywhere – and churches need to adjust for today’s technologically-focused world, and use today’s digital technology to bring in more members, and continue building a tightly-knit, Christ-focused congregation. But digital technology can be intimidating and difficult to use, especially if your church leadership does not have much experience with using modern digital platforms. So, in this guide, we’ll go over a few steps you can take to build a better digital strategy for your church, bring in more visitors, and build a strong congregation. Let’s get started. 1. Start with Your Website (And Make It Mobile-Friendly) Your website is one of the first things any visitor will look at before they come into your church. It’s a representation of your church, its beliefs, and its approach to worshipping Christ. And if your website does not make a good first impression, a potential visitor may simply find

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Texting In Church: 10 Ways To Engage Your Members

Texting In Church: 10 Ways To Engage Your Members

A phone ringing during service. A screen lighting an extra spotlight during worship. Another phone vibrating off the chair and crashing to the floor during Sunday school. Phones covering the faces and eyes of the youth group as they say a quick goodbye to their parents. The problems that phones can cause can make a church texting service sound like a ridiculous idea. In a space and community where relationships and attention are so important, it seems that all phones can do is make relationships more distant and attention more divided. However, this doesn’t have to be true. A church texting service can be an important tool in keeping your congregation engaged, informed, and involved in the goings-on at your church. Here, we suggest 10 ways to use texting to aid your members, staff, and mission. 1. Motivational Messages You can keep your members encouraged even when they’re not sitting

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Our Top Church Fire Safety Tips – Keep Your Congregation Safe!

Our Top Church Fire Safety Tips – Keep Your Congregation Safe!

While fires at churches are relatively rare, they can be extremely dangerous – and unless you have the proper equipment in place and a plan to deal with an emergency fire, your congregation could be at risk. How can you make sure you’re prepared for a fire at your church? In this article, we’ll discuss a few of our top church fire safety tips, which you can use to keep your church building and your congregation safe. 1. Check Your Fire Alarms and Sprinkler Systems Yearly First and foremost, you should make sure that your fire alarms are functioning properly – this will ensure that you get an early warning if there is a fire. Related systems like smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors should also be inspected yearly, and have batteries replaced, if necessary. If your church has a built-in sprinkler system, you should also have it inspected. You

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