How to Prepare for Your Best Christmas Yet (Checklist + Guide)
A simple yet powerful, step-by-step guide to prepare you for your biggest Christmas yet
Christmas Eve is on a Sunday this December. That makes your church a likely centerpiece for many people this holiday season.
That means the church has a unique opportunity that only comes once every decade or so to reach thousands of unchurched folks. Guests who step through the church doors may be attending a service for the first time all year.
Consider the sheer weight of this opportunity. Now’s the time to prepare to make a lasting impression on these folks. Not only do you have a gospel-filled message to share, you’re welcoming newcomers, preparing a place where they will feel comfortable, and inviting them to get involved. Have you developed a plan for following up with visitors? Do you feel ready?
We wrote this guide and checklist to help you prepare for high-traffic services like you’re bound to see this Christmas season. You can approach big events knowing you’ve thought everything through and have a plan for newcomers to join you again even after the holidays are over.
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