It’s officially the holiday season, and Christmas planning is at full pace. Whether you’re a worship leader finalizing your Christmas worship setlist or a small group leader looking for some beautiful songs to play at your next gathering, here are some ideas to get you started.
Church events are a powerful way to bring in new visitors and help current members to engage in community. They connect people and further the message of the gospel in methods outside of Sunday service. Many people want to dig deeper into community but they’re not sure how. Hosting events at your church can provide this unity and togetherness.
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For smaller churches, it can be difficult to find cost-effective ways to implement media in your services and on your website. You want it to look and feel professional without having to break the bank by hiring somebody or investing in expensive software (that most of your staff might not even know how to use anyway).
Pssst. Father’s Day is just around the corner, on Sunday, June 20th. Here’s a heads up so you don’t have to procrastinate and spend the couple days beforehand trying to figure out something great to do for dad (or your kids’ dad if they’re little).
Did you know that 90 percent of the information processed by the brain is visual? While that’s a fun fact you can share at your next dinner party, it should also get your church staff brain pondering what that means for engaging people at your church. As a culture, we are highly visual, and yet most of our worship services today have very little visual aspects incorporated. This is where church media comes in.
Have you ever heard of the old marketing rule of seven? Basically, it’s the thought that a prospective buyer needs to hear or see your marketing message at least seven times before they buy from you. In my experience, church announcements follow the same pattern. Your church members need to see or hear your announcement multiple times before it sticks. One of those ways should be via church video announcements.
They're eye-catching and exciting and we think you're going to love the newest Clover Sites feature, video backgrounds! Whenever someone navigates to your webpage, a sizzle reel showcasing your youth program or a video snapshot of your latest worship service is sure to catch a visitor's eye immediately. Imagine how your church could use this spectacular feature to engage visitors on your website with what to expect from your church experience. We’re so excited to deliver this feature to you, available as part of ALL of our Clover Sites design options! Video backgrounds were built to make it easy for your church to create distinctive, captivating pages on your website. Insert a video into any section, and help create a better experience to showcase your worship services, ways to connect, volunteer opportunities, events, youth programs, and so much more! Let Clover help your church user video backgrounds to present your church in an inviting, intriguing and MOVING way. Take a look at some of our customer's websites who are already taking advantage of this great new feature! http://rosemontchurch.org/ http://goloveindy.com/ Looking for ready-to-use videos and other media options? Check out Clover Media! Choose from 90,000 images, templates, and pre-designed files to use on your website, in your services, and around your church.