2020 is forcing congregations around the globe to find new ways to connect. With the spread of COVID-19, many churches are finding that they need to meet and congregate digitally to keep their members.
Every week, pastors research, study, write, and deliver sermons to their congregations. Then, just mere hours after they finish one sermon, they begin writing a new one for the next Sunday. In fact, 3.
As churches move their services online, they have to figure out what kind of metrics they’ll use to monitor engagement. When your church gathers physically, attendance is a pretty easy thing to gaug.
Shelter-in-place orders and social distancing recommendations aren’t going to last forever. But whatever the timeline looks like for returning to in-person services and reopening local businesses, s.
When you start looking at ways to bring your church online, some things are obvious, such as livestreaming your service and using digital channels to communicate, like email, social media, or a church.
Shopping for church tech is kind of fun. There’s something enjoyable about reading online reviews, flipping through catalogs, and weighing all the features and options. It’s not until you have to .