Category Archives for "Event Planning"

Hosting great events involves deciding which events support the vision, considering the church calendar, and planning well in advance.

How to Turn Vision into Reality for Your Next Big Church Event

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Think of all the events hosted at your church each year: Easter Mother’s Day Father’s Day Summer Camp or VBS Back-to-School Bash Fall Festival Thanksgiving Outreach Christmas Plays and special services Community Outreaches Volunteer Appreciation Night Marriage Weekend Financial Seminars Small Group Launch …and more Now, think back to the week before these events.  What […]

3 Hidden Costs of Church Events

Hosting events throughout the year is how many churches are able to expand their reach within communities. Church events allow a unique space for fellowship and a chance to share the Word of God outside of Sunday’s service. From Vacation Bible School to marriage retreats to Christmas concerts to Easter celebrations, churches have plenty to […]

What Does an Event Planner Do?

What Does an Event Planner Do

If your church hosts several events throughout the year, it might be a good idea to designate one person as the main event planner. By having an experienced event planner in charge, you’re able to avoid the headaches that can sometimes arise with events. For example, do any of these sound familiar?   A lack […]

What to Include on a Church Event Request Form

Are you responsible for planning events at your church? If so, there are several pieces of information you’ll need before getting started. To compile those details, reach out to the ministry department (or senior leader) who’s hosting the event with a simple, yet comprehensive event request form. Having a standard form to use in gathering […]

How to OnBoard and Train Your Volunteers

When it comes to pulling off a successful church event, volunteers are an absolute necessity. If many hands make light work, then too few hands make heavy work. As a church leader, you don’t have the time to be doing all the heavy lifting yourself. That’s why recruiting volunteers is so important. The problem with […]

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