This month, June 2017, we welcomed our 4,000th church app customer into the Custom Church Apps family. That’s 4,000 churches and ministries leveraging technology to connect and communicate with their congregations throughout the week.
By the time they’ve heard the announcement, listened to the sermon, and picked up their children, people are leaving and have completely forgotten about the upcoming event. Even if you have signup tables in the lobby, they may pass right by them on the way out the door.
Mom. She goes through nine months of pregnancy (or deals with months of adoption paperwork), changes too many diapers to count, nurses children back to health, helps with homework, and much more.
Have you ever planned a church event, put your heart into making it incredible, but didn’t have as many people attend as you’d hoped? If you’re wondering why attendance was low, you might consider your communication strategy.
While Easter Sunday is the big day we focus on this time of year, we can’t forget what happens after that weekend. People who haven’t been to church in a long time, if ever, come on Easter.
Easter provides an excellent opportunity to reach people who don’t attend church on a regular basis (if at all). Maybe they’re curious about faith, feel like they should go to church on Easter, or perhaps a friend invited them to attend.
Depending on where you live, this time of year is when many schools let out for Spring Break. It’s a time to give students a week off and provides an opportunity for families to spend quality time together.
Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6 (NKJV)
No matter how many great features you have in a church app, that app is only beneficial if your congregation will use it. To get people excited about using the app and to see how it can benefit them, you’ll need to invest time in promoting it.