Communication is a huge topic, and can span anything from your church website, to how your church greets visitors. And everything in between.
Formerly known as the Joe Gallant Church Communications Blog, this content aims to span as many concepts related to church communication as possible, however there’s a focus on digital communication, and the organisation of everything that this entails.
We’re creatures of habit, and whilst routines can be helpful, they also pose dangers to churches because we stop asking questions, and just continue ‘business as usual’. How do we solve this? We mix it up!
A lesson from Edinburgh! I’ve been pleased to spend a couple of days in Edinburgh this week, as ‘the missus’ is at a conference in the city. I’ve managed to combine the ‘working in cafés’ bit with hopping between various art galleries and monuments, taking lots of photos, and basically being a tourist. Standard ChurchTrain
How do we implement a church social media strategy? Does our church need social media? From choosing your network to setting it up and creating/scheduling brilliant content, this church social media guide gets back to basics with social media advice – from the ground up.
Time for another highly practical blog post – this time from a brilliant guest writer, thinking about your church website redesign! Allow me to introduce James Doc – Digital Ministry Developer at Globe Church. James writes below about the process behind Globe’s recent church website redesign project. Why not take a look at their site
Time for some helpful tips on designing church posters! I thought we’d try something a bit new with this blog post, given it’s 2018 now… Happy New Year, by the way! Today we’re thinking about Church Poster Design – how to get the best out of your posters. We’ll think about how to decide what
One very important question – well, two. But forgive me – as it’s the same question, twice. Confused? Good. At this time of year, we get a lot of new people in to our church events – lots of people from our communities, who are feeling the Christmas spirit, and fancy a carol or two. Maybe even
If you’re not interested in ChurchTrain as such, and you’re only here for comms tips, great! Feel free to stop reading, with one condition – you have to tell me! Either with a message, or in the comments. I’ll explain why in due course… if you get that far! Priorities. They’re something we think about a