New reality, same mission
Has 2020 made you reconsider your church communications? Has this been the time to move to an email magazine? You could use free options like Mailchimp.com for great templates, which also gives you control over evaluation of who reads it and information on who clicks through to links.
You can also adapt templates with images and text boxes. See our How To guide of how to use Mailchimp for your e-newsletter. Contact our Communications Officer if you would like to explore this option and feel uncertain about how to proceed.
If however you think this is the perfect time to up your game on your printed magazine, we have a new resource available. How to produce a great church magazine covers basics and tips including font and design. It encourages you to take stock and review where you are before moving forward, and gives advice on how to turn a basic newsletter into a professional looking publication. Download the pdf here.
We're also offering a service to churches who want to have a new website, to have use of our template website. So we've developed the look - but you personalise it with text and images. Get in touch if you would like to talk about this.
For any of the above contact email@example.com
Streaming services and other resources
The URC national team have created a web section which includes government advice, prayers, ideas and resources, lists of churches who are streaming services and how to stay connected through WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Zoom. Visit their web section here