In response to the COVID19 coronavirus, we are moving our worship, ministries, and congregational life online at lightning speed. As we do so, many congregations are reporting an increase in first-time visitors. They just happen to be ONLINE visitors. This increase in online visitors is something we should expect and plan for!
People who are anxious and uncertain are less likely to visit congregations. You can help them eliminate the anxiety and uncertainty by actively doing one thing — ANSWER ALL THEIR QUESTIONS. And you can do it online. Here’s how.
With approximately 7-in-10 Americans now using social media, faith leaders can’t afford to ignore the impacts of digital culture. Here are five ways social media is changing the process of connecting with and joining congregations.
One of the highlights of my years of guest speaking at Unitarian Universalist congregations happened October 5th, 2014! I was […]
I’m excited to announce that the four part #UUsGetSocial workshop series at the UUA’s General Assembly conference is going to be live streamed! That’s right, wherever you are you, if you have internet access you can watch this series. I’m presenting at the Saturday, June 28th 10:15am EST workshop, number 408. I hope you’ll save the dates for these workshops now, tell your congregation, and plan on joining us either in person or via the live stream.
Friends, just received these details for the three-day option we’ve created for those who want to attend the mid-week portion […]