2020 has been a game-changer for the Church.
No one would have imagined that a global pandemic would shutter virtually every church building in America for at least three full months.
But it did.
Nearly 300,000 churches needed to pivot from in-person services to online gatherings practically overnight.
We’ve learned a lot.
One thing we’ve figured out is that while connecting online is different from meeting in person, meaningful ministry can and does take place virtually.
And as our churches slowly return to on-site, in-person gatherings, most churches now realize the importance of continuing their online presence in some way, shape, or form.
What will your church’s online/virtual offerings look like post-COVID?
Every church will need to choose a model or strategy moving forward. While no model is distinctively better or worse than the other, each church that is serious about their online strategy moving forward will need to choose one of five virtual ministry models.
Churches that don’t make a decision soon will find themselves wandering in the digital desert, possibly for years to come.
In our new free PDF, we’ll help you discover the five different online strategy options and choose the one that’s the best fit for your church moving forward.
PS - Next week, we'll guide you through the four different roles that you’ll need to have filled for your church’s online strategy to succeed. Here's a hint: These four areas could be filled with key volunteers or part-time or full-time staff members. But your first step is to download this week’s PDF and choose your strategy… then everything else will begin to slowly come into focus.
Can't wait until next Monday? Let's you and I talk this week. I'd love to hear more about your church and what you're thinking about the future of your online ministry. I don't have anything to sell to you. And there is no ulterior motive. I would just enjoy the conversation around what you're thinking about your church's online strategy and how it aligns with the online/virtual structure options for churches that we've been contemplating.