Here are the forthcoming dates for Get Your Church Noticed training dates around the country:
Do you know how best to promote the great things your church is doing to your local community? Do you need help with how to put together a strategy and start publicising what you do in a different way?
Join us as we explore the huge variety of communication methods, including branding, posters & leaflets, noticeboards, parish magazines, liaising with the media, websites and social media. We aim to give you some practical ideas that you can implement immediately, as well as some longer-term aims that will take your communications to a higher level.
How can you get your church noticed in a busy world where so much else seems to be competing for our attention? Join us for the chance to look at some effective methods of promoting our church’s great events and activities.
The day will include the chance to examine some principles behind good communication, as well as how to create a strategy to improve our parish’s publicity. There will be some very practical tips on areas such as creating logos; using church buildings well; improving noticeboards; finding the best way to edit parish magazines; how to promote your church via local newspapers, radio and TV stations; and how to use the power of websites and social media to get your message across.
This is a day for clergy, parish administrators, magazine editors, webmasters, social media editors – and anyone who is interested in improving the way we promote our churches. There is no charge, but please contact Neil Pugmire on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place. Lunch will be provided.
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Join worshippers from churches across the Blackburn diocese to find out more about effective methods of publicity. This session will include advice on the principles of good communication, as well as looking at how to put together a strategy to improve publicity in your parish.
There will also be some very practical tips on how to make the most of your buildings, noticeboards and posters, how to be effective online with websites and social media, and how to make your mark in local newspapers, radio stations and on TV. You should come out with a clearer idea how to promote the great events and activities that your church organises.
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