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As the new year approaches, it’s time (no pun intended) to sit down and get your 2024 yearly calendar ready — both for your desk and for your congregation. With church staff and members alike, we’d all be lost without a 2024 monthly calendar. Christmas is an easy day to remember but when does Advent…Read More >>
The use of social media in church communication has become increasingly important in today’s world. Many have recognized the power of social media for the church, using these platforms to connect with their congregation by sharing their message and ministry, highlighting a church event, and reaching out to the community as a whole. However, for…Read More >>
In a previous blog post, we explored how to spruce up your color palette for spring. To make your pages’ color scheme harmonious, use colors that match specific ChurchArt.com images that you’ve inserted into your publication. But how can you be sure you’ve got an exact match? With Microsoft Publisher it’s easy to find and use an…Read More >>
A church volunteer is a key component of any ministry. From members volunteering their time to prepare meals, teach Sunday school, build ramps, mow the church lawn, assisting in vacation Bible school to organizing church events, members sharing their talents and time help build a strong church community. As church volunteers can attest, sharing one’s…Read More >>
As a new church-education season approaches, it’s time to consider effective ways to launch new classes and studies for people of all ages. With summer winding down and back-to-school season in full swing, schedules are shifting toward autumn. Every September, church pews fill up with more people, and the education wing bursts with energy. So,…Read More >>
Personnel shifts are common in all types of work settings, yet employee exits can be awkward or uncomfortable. This may be especially true in church settings, which some people consider to be more like families than businesses. Having a process in place will smooth out the path and make the experience less emotional for everyone…Read More >>