Today on the show, we’re going to be talking about Print Design in your Worship Experience. The printed handout pieces that you use in your Worship Experience.
– Should you even use handouts?
– What should they look like? What’s on them?
– Is less information better?
– How do bulletins and handouts help move people to their next step in my Worship Experience.
Those questions and more will be answered this week and next week.
You’ll hear from two guys on this on this topic.
Lee Snow from Warm Springs Rd. Church of Christ in Columbus, GA – the pastor of a church of under 100 people on a Sunday.
And Will Gann, who is the Communications Director at Bayside Community Church, a multi-site church in Bradenton, FL.
We’ll hear from Lee this week and Will next week on the show.
We are excited for you to see the contrast and the overlap of what both these guys do to engage the congregations at their church.
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