Visitor’s Perspective

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  • Website Spring Cleaning Tips

    Fresh air. Melted snow. As a Chicagoan, I’m optimistic that warm weather will soon be here to stay. The joy of warmth also comes with the task of cleaning up the mess winter left behind. If the change of seasons motivates you to do something new, here are five tips for sprucing up your church...

  • Welcoming Visitors During A Church Service

    I’ve always been terrified by the way my childhood church welcomed new people. Near the beginning of the service, the pastor asked guests to stand up so they could be recognized. That alone was awkward. Then an usher ran around and gave each visitor a bag of microwave popcorn with some church...

  • Tim Peters: Creating a Guest Experience that Produces Second Time Visits [Echo 2013 Notes]

    Tim Peters is a church communications strategist and creator of Sayge Resources. He's consulted hundreds of churches and non-profit organizations in the areas of marketing, communications and technology. What you communicate to people is what they expect will happen.  Why does guest experience...

  • Your People

    Your people make a difference. Pastors, staff, volunteers and your entire congregation represent your church in the community. The words they say and the way they act communicate something about who you are as an organization. When others interact with them, they are forming an opinion about your...

 
 

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