Even though your Worship Experience, whether its an in-person gathering or online, is an event that people attend each week, it should be a launching pad of content that you can repurpose each week. I’ve talked to some communications folks that are at a loss on what content to post on social media. It surprises me in a way because your church is a content machine.
You crank out an hour or more of content every single week from your Worship Experience alone.
Not to mention the content produced by other ministries in your church.
In this video, I want to give you 5 easy ways you can take the content from your Worship Experience beyond Sunday.
Here we go:
1. Share Testimonies and Stories.
– Nothing, I repeat, Nothing is better than a story of Life Change that has happened through the local church.
– If you have folks who have accepted Christ, a marriage restored, a praise, a victory, a need – share stories of the people in your church.
2. Quote Lyrics from a Worship Song you sang.
– Post a great photo of your worship team or someone from your congregation singing to the Lord. Post the lyrics of the song with the post.
3. Share a Clip from Sunday’s Sermon
– Pull out a short clip of your pastor preaching. Put some text to emphasize the main points that he is making to add some flare.
4. Recap Highlights from Sunday
– Post photos of Kids Ministry, Students, or if its a special day and highlight it on Social Media.
– Something like “Moms are special. We hope your day at Bridge Church made you smile.” with photos of Moms and kids at your church on Mother’s Day.
5. Celebrate Volunteers
– Take photos of hard-working volunteers who made Sunday happen at your church. Call them out by name. Celebrate their service to your church.
Share a Sermon Clip
Recap Highlights from Sunday
Just 5 easy ways you can take your Online Worship Experience beyond Sunday.
Carl Barnhill has served on staff at some of the largest churches and organizations in the country. He served as Media Director at Precept Ministries International, directing the television and radio program Precepts for Life with Kay Arthur, broadcasted to over 98 million homes around the world. He served as Video Production Director at Pinelake Church in Brandon, MS. He most recently served as Video Coordinator for Newspring Church in South Carolina. He currently serves as Creative Director and Owner of[twelve:thirty]media, serving churches and ministries all over the world through motion graphics content and church media coaching.