What Parents Want To See From Your Children’s Ministry

what parents want from children's ministry

Dropping kids off in a church nursery or children’s ministry for the first time often makes families feel anxious, especially when visiting a new church. Kids can understandably have a tough time when separated from their parents (and they probably aren’t afraid to show it). Parents may be more stoic, but chances are they’re also […]

7 Easy and Affordable Ways to Update Your KidMin Area

update kidmin area

Does your KidMin area fill the kids in your church with delight? Are they excited to show up every Sunday and spend an hour or two learning about Jesus in the space you’ve designed for them? Hopefully the answer is yes, but we know budget restrictions often mean updated KidMin areas get pushed to the […]

This Is Why We’re Excited About KidMin. Are You?

Did you know the quality of your children’s ministry can make or break a new visitor’s desire to return to your church? It impacts your ability to retain current members, too. 64% of adults say that spiritual programming for children and teens is a major factor when choosing a place of worship. A healthy children’s […]

Why A Healthy Children’s Ministry Leads To A Healthy Church

 “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14 lets us see that Jesus knows children are important — he made sure to show them they are loved and valued.   Is your church doing the same? A thriving children’s […]

How To Effectively Follow Up With New Church Visitors

Imagine this: it’s Easter Sunday. You used all your best outreach ideas to bring visitors to your church. You created a welcoming environment for new church visitors, and you made a point to connect with them when they arrive. They enjoyed the service, turned in their connection cards, received their welcome gift, and left your […]

Easy Ways To Connect With New Church Visitors This Easter

easy ways to connect with new church visitors this easer

Easter brings more new visitors to churches than any other Sunday. This makes Easter the most important time of year to review the way you welcome guests to your church. Do you have a strategy in place? Read on for easy ways to connect with new church visitors this Easter. First, step into the shoes […]

How To Get Your Church Website Ready For Easter

how to get your church website ready for easter

Church attendance is higher on Easter than any other Sunday of the year. Lots of people will be searching for a church to attend, perhaps for the first time. How will they find yours? Chances are it will be through your church website. This means your church website needs to be easy to find when […]

10 Ways To Welcome New Church Visitors This Easter

Easter Sunday is fast approaching — the biggest Sunday of the year. You know that more people attend church on Easter than any other Sunday, so you’ve used all your best outreach ideas to invite new visitors to your church. You want visitors to feel welcome and at home in your church, but how can […]

5 Ways to Build Community on Social Media this Easter

Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to reach and invite more of your community to your Easter services and events than through social media! In a recent webinar, Outreach favorites Jason Daye and Marisa Williams shared some fantastic tips to help you up your church social media game just in time […]

The Porch Church Helps New Neighbors Feel Connected

What Churches are Saying "We have been using the new mover program for around a year. On our mailer, we invite people to bring their mailer in for a gift! We then created a simple gift around a cup: some drink mix, a business card, pen, and then on the outside we have postcards with [...]
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