💗 Learn all about communication strategy for your church
6 experienced church community managers sharing their experience – for FREE!
27-28 April 2020, 4 PM BST
Webinars & workshops on how we can serve our Church Community online better in the times of Corona Crisis
+ FREE TOOLS:
CHURCH 2.0 Programme
Strategy – How to Communicate with Your Church Community Online?
- Social Media Communication strategy: what to post? where to post? how often should you post?
- How to communicate with people that are not on social media? Email marketing & traditional post strategy
- Video streaming – what to include in your video content, where and how often to post it?
- How to get engagement/interaction/comments on FB posts?
- How to promote online services?
Social Media Networks and Tools
- How to save FB livestreaming for people that do not have FB?
- Streaming Zoom meetings to FB
- Adding FB live to church website (WordPress)
- Going live on multiple platforms at the same time
- Free social media scheduling tools that work across multiple platforms – workshop
Tools & Gear
- Gear (cameras, mics etc.) for livestreaming
- Video editing software for beginners
- Free graphics, stock photos + best tools for designing graphics + Canva tutorial
- Free stock music for videos
Organisational & Legal Aspects
- Licenses for music – explain how this works
- Online marketing and intellectual property
- GDPR in your Church
Monday, 27 April
Andrew Samraj, 4:10 PM (BST)
Gear (Hardware and Software) for Livestreaming
Carlos Vargas, 4:30 PM (BST)
Church Livestreaming 101, how to connect with your audience via Video, Audio, Email and Livestreams when the chairs are empty?
Toni Holloway, 4:50 PM (BST)
Using the Best Memes and GIFs to Connect With Your Church Community on Social Media
Tuesday, 28 April
April Jackson, 4:30 PM (BST)
Reach Through Innovation
Josephine Johnson, 4:10 PM (BST)
How to reach 796,239 people with the Gospel in 30 days
Melissa Siegelaar, 4:50 PM (BST)
Webinar Host – Newsletters and Social Media for Churches
“In this difficult time, a lot of Churches had to suddenly switch to serving their community 100% online. Not all Church Community Managers feel ready for this change – there’s so much to wrap our heads around – from using social media and email marketing to communicate with the community members, through livestreaming and creating graphics, to intellectual property laws. Our groups have been flooded with questions. That’s why – as a Chuch Community Member and a freelance marketer myself working with several marketing tool companies – I decided to launch this initiative to help Church Community Managers adjust in these challenging times.”
Martin, CEO of Get a Newsletter