How To Rethink Your Approach to Meaningful Church Events
Have you been thinking about the next big event all wrong?
Recently, our team was coaching a pastor through a mindset shift and doubling down on engaging his ideal audience.
He wanted a meaningful Mother’s Day Sunday for his church: nice gifts, a fun photo booth, meaningful sermon.
BUT HERE’S THE THING…why?
Answer why this church event should be a big day for your ideal audience
Those things are nice and well-intentioned, and they’d likely make for a lovely Mother’s Day Sunday.
But would it be remembered? Would it make an impact? Would it advance the mission?
Or would it just be a nice thing that happened in the moment and is quickly forgotten?
Focus on these three things to make a lasting impact.
If you want lasting impact, don’t focus on the thing you want to promote. Instead, focus on:
- The journey you want to take them on
- The story you want to invite them into
- The impact you want them to walk away remembering
Then ask yourself, how must we approach this to move from big day to big impact?
It’s more than a church event. It’s life change.
Trying to connect with people in your community shouldn’t be like throwing spaghetti against the wall. Schedule a call with Tyler to find out how your church can connect more effectively.