Here at ChurchDesk we’ve come up with some top tips to help facilitate great church events. Whether it be an Easter camp, Christmas service or social event, we’ve got it all covered! Download the guide for free.
ChurchDesk and Urban Saints joined forces to offer a one-hour webinar to explore the importance of youth and children’s ministry to the local church and unpack how to get it started and ensure it is as effective as possible. Learn why it is so vital for churches to invest in the lives of young people and how to do this.
Facebook, Twitter, SMS, E-mails? Who can actually manage to stay updated and keep an overview of all the new possibilities? Yes, all of them do offer lots of great opportunities to enhance your marketing activities. In this guide we'll cover important aspects of e-mail marketing in the church.
Communication within your church is essential to build and support a healthy congregation. But why is it so hard? Even with sophisticated technology as it is, we still end up with lost messages and misunderstandings... why does this continue to happen?
Every parish priest wants to give their very best. But if you’re weighed down by admin, that can be challenging. Here’s how ChurchDesk’s church management solution makes a difference.
Every church dreams of setting up a website that attracts loads of visitors. Follow these three steps to maximise your chances of appearing prominently in Google’s search results.
When you implement a text messaging solution (SMS) in your church to communicate with new and existing parishioners, you are tapping into a powerful form of communication.
Volunteers are an essential part of any church, and are fundamental to its success. But what is the current situation churches are facing in terms of their volunteers, and what does this say about the state of the church?
Imagine you spend weeks planning a youth event at your church, only for no one to show up. Or envisage countless hours dedicated to organising your Christian Concert, that no one turns up to hear. For some churches, unfortunately this sounds all too familiar. They plan incredibly exciting events, but for some reason the message doesn’t seem to be getting out, and they aren’t reaching enough people.
Technology is a great tool for spreading your message and engaging a younger audience in the church, but it shouldn’t be used in such a manner that it shuts out your senior parish members.
At ChurchDesk we often promote the collection and use of data, and encourage our users to incorporate it into all aspects of their church. But we sometimes hear that churches feel this is not necessary - merely a nicety if they find the time, or even a distraction from the core mission of the church. Some even feel this is an invasion of their congregation’s privacy. We believe this is a misunderstanding of the function data plays. So what really is “data”, and why should your church care about it?
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