Podcast Episode #313
Easter is only three weeks away, so today we cover a few trends we are seeing in churches as we lead up to Resurrection Sunday. Also, we talk pants splitting, camels falling, and sets burning.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- If your worship center is already at +70% capacity on Sundays, you might consider adding a service on Easter.
- Churches should be taking advantage of Facebook advertising for Easter.
- Facebook advertising is the most effective and cost efficient advertising churches have available to them.
- The purpose behind high attendance invite days is to show members that people will come when invited.
- Should you have an Easter sunrise service? It depends.
- Do what is effective for your church; don’t just do what other people do.
- Try something special and unique with your Easter guest follow-up.
The eight Easter trends we discuss are:
Special emphasis for inviting
Tradition is contextual – Sunrise services, egg hunts, etc.
Involvement in community Easter activities
Cantatas are still popular for churches with choirs
Special follow up emphases.
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