Here are the forthcoming dates for Get Your Church Noticed training dates around the country:
A free day for church officers from Truro diocese. Learn about how to Get Your Church Noticed, including advice about creating a strategy, use of logos, church noticeboards, posters and your building to promote what you do, how to get the best out of your parish magazine, why we should liaise with the local media, and how to make the most of websites and social media.
The Get Your Church Noticed sessions are just part of this full day of training on all aspects of parish life. Click here for details:
Clergy, parish magazine editors, webmaster, parish administrators and others interested in parish communications can spend the day looking at how they can communicate their church’s activities and events more effectively. We’ll be looking at the principles of good communications, how to put together a coherent strategy. There will also be some very practical advice on logos/identity, noticeboards, posters/leaflets, parish magazines, media liaison, websites and social media.
It is being led by Neil Pugmire, author of 100 Ways To Get Your Church Noticed and communications adviser in Portsmouth’s Church of England diocese.
It is designed for those living and worshipping on the Isle of Wight, but anyone is welcome. The session is free of charge. Do bring a packed lunch if you can. There is limited parking in the church car park, so do share cars if you are coming with others from your church.
To book, simply contact Neil Pugmire on firstname.lastname@example.org
Does your local community know about all the good things on offer at your church? Are you reaching the people you want to reach? Would you like to learn how to create a coherent communications strategy for your church? If so, join us for this whistle-stop workshop tour through the various tools you can use to put your church ‘on the map’ – branding, noticeboards, websites, magazines, social media, working with the media and more – even how to use your church buildings more creatively.
To book, see: www.churchcommstraining.org.uk