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9/14 Workshop: Design an Online Experience That Increases Engagement


People who watched your church’s sermon online 2 weeks ago only remember 20% of what you said.

If you happened to use a couple of images or even a video, they might remember 30 – 50% of what you talked about.

However, there is one thing that will increase retention of your sermon to 90%, but also increase the likelihood that people will actually put it into practice: the ability to participate in a discussion right after the service.

Countless studies show that people learn from immersive experiences.

But most online church services are far from being immersive.


In this Church Tech Today workshop, we will help you design an online service that will increase the number of returning visitors, deepen the quality of engagement, and show you who is actually attending your online church services.

Join us for our upcoming monthly workshop hosted by ChurchTechToday.com. Last month's training event had over 350 people register for the 100 spots available.

You know you have to invest more in structuring your digital ministry activities, particularly your online gatherings and experiences because you know that passive video streaming isn't enough. But you don't have the time to experiment excessively and you have equally if not more valuable activities that you need to focus on throughout the week.

That's why we asked the founder of one of the most innovative church online platforms available today – altarlive.com to share best practices on designing online church experiences that increase engagement, not just vanity metrics. Stephanie Leathe will lead a 75-minute workshop with time for Q&A on September 14 at 1pm ET / 12pm CT and you and your team are invited.

SEPTEMBER 14 WORKSHOP // Design an Online Experience That Increases Engagement

What you will accomplish in this church online workshop:

  • Understand the difference between broadcast vs. engagement models
  • Re-design elements of your current online church service to increase retention
  • Templates & tools for your online Host team that are proven to deepen engagement


Stephanie is the CEO & Founder of Altar Live, a video conferencing software offering consulting & training specifically for churches. Altar is a simple and intuitive platform that allows churches to stream and host interactive services and small groups, so people who join online feel just as connected as those in person. As a daughter of pastors turned tech entrepreneur, her expertise is in understanding human behavior to create solutions to everyday challenges, build community, and shape culture. https://www.altarlive.com/


Go to www.churchtechtoday.com/septemberworkshop to claim your seat. Space is limited.
(FYI: Last month's training event had over 350 people register for the 100 spots available.)

CTT Staff
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ChurchTechToday is the #1 church technology website for pastors, communicators, and leaders. With the goal to provide insight into a variety of topics including social media, websites, worship, media, mobile, and software, ChurchTechToday aims to shed light on how church technology can empower and position churches for impact and growth.


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