Reaching New Visitors As A Brand New Church

When you’re a brand new church, it’s difficult trying to grow. You likely have other established churches in the area already. The key is not to try to reach churched people who are unhappy where they are, but the unchurched who left long ago or just aren’t certain if a church is right for them. Reaching new visitors requires work, but with the right techniques, you can grow your new church faster. Plus, you’ll quickly become a staple in your local community. Avoid Common Growth Mistakes The first step is to avoid common growth mistakes. These can prevent your brand …

What Unchurched Guests Want When They Visit Your Church

You’re seeing unchurched guests in your church, but they don’t come back after their first visit. What went wrong? Even if the unchurched have never attended church, they still have some expectations. If your church doesn’t meet those minimum expectations, they’re probably not coming back. The great news is it’s actually not hard to give unchurched guests what they’re looking for. In fact, what they want is what many new visitors want – to feel welcome and engaged. Easy Ways To Interact The first step is to give unchurched guests easy ways to interact. Start with detailed signage that shows …

How To Get Church Visitors To Return After Easter

Easter is one of the busiest times for churches. It seems like a promising start to a boost in church attendance, but once Easter is over, all those extra visitors seem to disappear. Sadly, many of your new visitors during Easter services and community events are only there temporarily. They may have attended for a special Easter program or they limit church attendance to special holidays. Whatever their reason, church leaders don’t have to accept that these visitors won’t return after Easter. In fact, there are several things you can do to help bring some of those visitors back. Let …