Easter is coming up quickly, and churches around the world are making preparations for their worship services. But one of the biggest challenges is getting the word out about your services, so people can come and celebrate the resurrection of Christ with you!
In today’s digital age, there are plenty of ways to promote your services and draw in more visitors. Let’s break down some of these strategies.
Social Media & Online Presence
These days, it’s all about having an online presence. If your church doesn’t already have a website or social media accounts, now is the time to set them up! It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant; in fact, simple will do just fine. A website or social media page that provides basic information such as service times and locations can make it easier for potential visitors to find you.
And don’t forget about using those platforms to advertise your upcoming events—this is especially important for attracting new members and visitors. Consider using reels or short videos to invite people to church. These do not have to be edited or polished. Be real! People value authenticity!
Yes, this still works, and in many cases, more effectively than online platforms. I would recommend going to outreach.com and getting them to do the heavy lifting for you. They can send out postcards with all of your church info, including a map to a certain proximity around the church or by zip code.
Tip: Don’t try and do this on your own. You have other things that demand your attention, and this is definitely something that can be outsourced.
Word of Mouth
Still the best way to get first-time guests into the church. Don’t underestimate the power of word-of-mouth marketing. Even though we live in a digital age, nothing beats good old-fashioned face-to-face conversations! Encourage your church to invite friends and family members who may not usually attend church – you never know who might show up for a special occasion like Easter Sunday!
Promoting your church’s Easter services doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive—it just takes a little bit of creativity and dedication from everyone involved!
With these simple strategies in mind, you should have no problem spreading awareness about your upcoming worship services and encouraging more people to come and celebrate Jesus’ resurrection.
Happy Resurrection Sunday!
He is risen!!