5 Creative Ways to Welcome Visitors to Church

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Greeting new visitors to church is essential if you want to grow your ministry. According to Pew Research Center, 79% of people said feeling welcomed played an important role in choosing a new place of worship. And Easter sees a surplus of newcomers, giving you a big opportunity to make a lasting impression.

A Last-Minute Checklist to Prepare for Easter

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Whether you’ve been planning the church’s Easter celebration for months or you’re just now starting, you’ve still got time to check those boxes off your list. And we’re here to make it a little easier! Everything on the last-minute checklist to prepare for Easter can be done 1-2 weeks before the big day.

4 Online Giving Tools that Ignite Generosity during Easter

Easter has a way of leading people back to the church and renewing spirituality. And with larger crowds coming out to celebrate, churches have a lot on their to-do list! But, as you make plans this Easter don’t forget to incorporate convenient online giving tools that help ignite generosity.

A Simple Guide for Engaging with First-time Givers

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Giving to the church for the first time is an emotional experience before it’s a financial one. While finances do play a role in the decision, people give with their hearts. But, only 19% of those that give once are likely to donate a second time. There are a lot of reasons for this, and a primary one has to do with how you engage with first-time givers.

5 Best Practices for Planning a Successful Easter Service

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No matter how many church visitors you’re expecting on Easter, you’ll need to have a plan ready. Studies show organizations that create a plan are twice as likely to succeed in their efforts. But, the quality of your plan is going to be the key factor in your success.

How to Increase Church Attendance this Easter (and every Sunday!)

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Easter is fast approaching! And 93% of church leaders report they see up to 2X as many people attend on Easter versus a normal Sunday service. In fact, six out of ten people plan on celebrating Easter at church compared to the usual four out of ten that attend services on a regular basis.