The short term effects of COVID-19 will create long term change on a global scale. Churches are in the middle of a forced re-evaluation of the "how" and "why" of nearly everything they do week in and week out.
In our response kit we help churches understand how to continue operating in several key areas.
this Response Kit is for you if...
You need insanely practical help and tools for you to navigate your church through this season.
You want to provide a warm and welcoming church in the time of social distancing
You are looking for clarity on what to do next in your church's operations and communication.
The top priority for churches is knowing how to communicate with staff, key leaders/volunteers, and the congregation at large. Expectations need to be set for primary channels of outgoing and incoming communication.
We'll walk you through the how and recommend the tools we find most effective.
Churches’ second priority is a plan for weekly worship, followed closely by ministry areas within the church like small groups, kids and student ministry, etc. Churches need an ongoing plan for meeting with staff/leaders during this season.
As churches establish new norms for communicating and meeting with one another, it’s important to pay attention to the needs around them. What are you doing to meet the real-life needs of people within your church and within your community?
The situation is creating opportunities to love our neighbors in tangible and noticeable ways.
The elephant in the room is giving. We understand that it's a very real need and challenge and that giving will likely be down beyond the impact timeframe.
In our 'Response Kit' we discuss the giving solutions that work for your church, communicating with donors in ways that engage generosity, refocusing donors towards automated giving, and creating a budget that makes sense for your numbers.