Church text messaging will take your church communications to the next level. I'm not sure if you've noticed, but in recent years, text communication has become well accepted in terms of sending messages from businesses and other entities.
Every weekend is someone's first time in church. Churches like yours realize the ministry opportunity in first impressions even before your first-time guests hear God’s word. First impressions give people a feel for how genuine your church is. An off-putting experience with your ushers, guest services, or parking lot welcome team can leave a bad taste and most likely cause guests not to return.
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Church communication gets an upgrade with messaging services like Text In Church. Recipients read most text messages within a few minutes after receiving them, and a large percentage of members, attendees, and guests in your church services use SMS text messaging.
Do you ever feel like you’re doing everything right on Sunday mornings - offering powerful music, a relevant and engaging sermon, along with welcoming a community, but you still can't seem to increase your worship attendance on a weekly basis?
Efficient and timely communication remains a top goal for churches, pastors, and church communicators. With the overabundance and variation of social media apps being used by people today, along with the number of emails being sent and received, the advantages of text messaging for churches is obvious - everyone texts because it is direct, simple, and at everyone's fingertips.
As your younger parishioners begin to approach puberty, you may notice that their interest in Sunday school, mass and even church activities begins to waver. This is a normal rite of passage, as they begin on those final steps towards adulthood, and discovering who they want to be when they get there.
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