How to Re-Engage Your Congregation
Sure, you want to reach new people. But let’s face it, just getting your congregation back in the swing of things can be tough. Without your donors, volunteers, and inviters out there doing their thing, your church is going to struggle, no matter how clear your reopening plan is.
Join us for this practical, 45-minute training where we’ll give you concrete ways to re-engage your church's people, so you can refocus on the mission at hand.
Sure, you want to reach new people. But let’s face it, just getting your congregation back in the swing of things can be tough.
Without your donors, volunteers, and inviters out there doing their thing, your church is going to struggle, no matter how clear your reopening plan is.
Join us for this practical, 45-minute training where we’ll give you concrete ways to re-engage your church people, so you can refocus on the mission at hand.
Thursday, March 18, 2021 | 2:00 PM EST
On this free training, you will learn…
An actual, useful, and measurable definition of the word engagement.
How to re-engage your donor base so key keep supporting the ministry.
How to stay connected with volunteers through all the shifting and changing.
How to get people excited to invite again.
This free training is a “must-attend event” if…
You’re looking for practical ideas to get people involved, not a lengthy discussion on the importance of engagement and a culture of whatever.
You want to make sure your leaders and volunteers are fully committed and engaged so you can stay on mission.
You’re open or ready to reopen but worried that your core isn’t quite where they used to be.
You need clarity on what to do next and how to lead well.
A word from your host
God is still in charge. The Gospel still changes lives. And the church must stay on mission.
That mission absolutely involves reaching new people. But over this last year, you’ve probably lost touch with some of your core members and leaders. Some of your volunteers and a few of your donors have stepped back, and you’re a little bit worried they may not step up.
My name is Michael and I’m the founder of Church Fuel. Before starting the company six years ago, I was a pastor of a church working hard to reach people. Today, we work with hundreds of churches from nearly every state and dozens of countries.
I want to help you cut through the noise and clutter and give you something actionable you can do right now to re-engage your congregation, especially when it comes to giving, serving, and inviting.
If you’re willing to invest about an hour, I’ll give you some practical ideas that you can use this week.
Ask around… our free trainings are packed with valuable information and insight.
I’d love to see you on March 18.
I have found Church Fuel resources immensely helpful. For all of the theology and deeper understanding of Scriptures (this is very much needed), it is appalling how ill-prepared people are for the business side of church life. I have not found anyone that is as practical and hands-on relevant as Church Fuel. You are providing something that most seminaries and training materials lack and it would be helpful to any church of any size in any denomination. Church Fuel fills a desperately needed gaping hole.
Micah Warren, Pastor
Faith Baptist Church
New Port Richey, FL
It is not an exaggeration to say that Church Fuel has completely changed my ability to do ministry. I experienced a HUGE gap between what I learned in Bible college what was needed to succeed in pastoring a local church. I have grown more in leadership knowledge and ability in the last 8 months than in the last 8 years trying to feel my way through. I'd pay double for these incredibly practical and helpful resources (please don't charge me double).
Anthony Bliss, Pastor
Loami Christian Church
What I like most about Church Fuel is it allows me to have clarity in my leadership and it's afforded me the tools to grow personally, so that I can lead this organization in a better way to a better future. Team training has been really vital. It's been a huge part of our staff and our leadership development. Each week, we gather around. We would personally watch the videos, come with our discussion guides, and use the first 20 or 30 minutes of our staff meeting to talk about what we've learned, to talk about how we are going to implement it, and what's the fruit of those things that we're learning and growing in in those ministries.
John Nichols, Pastor
New Life Church
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Just wanted to drop a line and say thanks for serving the church with practical resources to fulfill the Great Commission. I'm the executive pastor of a small and growing church in rural NC, and your resources are an encouragement to me. Be encouraged; you're not running the race in vain.
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The Gathering Church of Ashe
West Jefferson, NC
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