Posts by Tag

see all
Search post

4 Online Next Steps You Should Have for Easter

0

creative-cloud-express 7-2

Easter is approaching and with it comes a lot of excitement. Not only has Spring arrived with the weather turning warmer and the grass getting greater, but this is one of the most exciting times of the year for Churches as well. After all, families make it a priority to go to Church on Easter Sunday. They come dressed up, candy and sweet treats are often given out and it is an overall festive environment as it is a celebration of the resurrection of Christ. It is the most important event in history of the world. 

As you prepare for your Church Online Easter Service, it is important to think through all you have to do and get accomplished. One of those steps is to create a next steps that your online attendees, especially the new attendees can do after the service is over. Here are 4 online next steps your Church can have this Easter. 

Connection Cards. These are great for Churches to capture information about who is attending and get them the information they want to know about your Church. This is usually an easy first step people take when they want to learn more about your Church. Make sure you have a digital card set up so online attendees can simply click a link the Chat Room or type it in when they see it.

Zoom Meet and Greet. This is very similar to a "Meet the Pastor" type of in person event Churches offer. Here you can share people a link for a time later on Easter Sunday or even on the Monday after Easter to meet the Online or Senior Pastor. The Pastor can share the mission and vision of the Church as well as answer questions they may have. It doesn't have to be a long Zoom call, but it could be a great next step for people to take. It is more personable than a connection card.

Bible Studies. Hopefully people attending online will hear something during the Easter service that will cause them to want to learn more about Jesus. Have a few different Online Bible Studies available that you can share those links with people as they may be interested in taking a next step and being part of one of those.  

Service Opportunities. Serving and helping others is a great way for people to grow in their faith. Make sure you have a link to share service opportunities or even a gift assessment survey they can take to find out what kind of service opportunities they may be good at your Church. 

Easter Sunday is an amazing Sunday for people and the Church. Make sure your online attendees have every opportunity to connect and take a next step so that Easter online can be an amazing experience for them. 

What do you think? What are other online next steps your Church can offer this year? Share your ideas below or on social media.

Also, if you are interested in being a Digital Missionary or want to learn digital tools to expand your reach in ministry this year, join the Digital Bootcamp Facebook Group!

Be part of a Phygital, Digital-Only or Metaverse coaching or cohort, check out The Church Digital Equipping Store

Through the Digital Church Network we are helping physical and digital churches better understand the discipleship process, and helping churches and church planters understand this and other decentralized mindset shifts. Joining the DCN is free and be encouraged! 

 

Decentralized Church & The Digital Analytic That Matters
5 Easter Preparation Tips for Your Church

About Author

Tom Pounder
Tom Pounder

Tom Pounder was born and raised just outside of Washington, DC. He is the father of 4 daughters and loves being a girl dad. He has a background in Student Ministry working over 22 years with teenagers and currently serves as the Online Campus Pastor at New Life Christian Church in Chantilly, VA. He blogs and podcasts weekly at http://thechurch.digital.

Related Posts
EP251 - Brad Brisco, Digital Ecclesiology & Deconstructing Church
Mental Health Obstacles in Virtual Reality
Digital vs In-Person Church: The Real Problem

Comment

Subscribe To Blog

Subscribe to Email Updates