Tag: church communications

Maximize your Newsletter

There’s no doubt that printed church newsletters and e-newsletters can be a church’s most valuable form of communications. You have the opportunity to engage with your congregation and deliver special messages, outline events and include […]

What’s Up with Facebook?

If you’re a social media junkie who’s in charge of your church’s Facebook page, then you might have noticed a bit of buzz in recent weeks about algorithms and something called “organic reach” on Facebook. […]

Social Media Sunday

Recently in the Episcopal communications world, a few folks have come up with a campaign for a Social Media Sunday on June 29, 2014. The goal of the campaign is to make the “Good News […]

Conference Tips: Web Writing, Digital Mags & More

I’m just back from the Episcopal Communicators’ Annual Conference in Chicago. It was a jam-packed time of workshops, keynotes, fellowship and networking, and I wanted to share some tips and take-aways that might be helpful […]

Delivering the Message Online

More and more churches are taking advantage of the benefits of living in a digital age, and recording or live streaming sermons and posting them on their websites. In addition to allowing the sick and […]