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BETA35: How Do We Staff This Phygital Church Thing?

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What does it look like to staff a church to have a phygital impact? Let’s kick around some staffing concepts to maximize your staffing structure for physical + digital ministry.

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ON THE SHOW

Host: Jeff Reed
THECHURCH.DIGITAL
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NOTES

  • Digital Pastor (typical church): Looking for a Relational, Networker, Connector. Comfortable speaking in small venues. Tech savvy is good. Tech savant not necessary.
  • Post-COVID 2021, not doing anything digital until you hire is NOT the right answer.
    • Just because you cannot afford, or cannot find, someone does not mean that you should wait!
    • Cost effective solutions out there even if you don't have that full-time salary.
      • Option #1 - Hire a Full-time Digital Pastor for all Digital Responsibilities,
        • Pro - Clear responsibilities
        • Con - Digital responsibility is isolated to this individual
      • Option #2 - Crown a digital champion to think digital first and help hold all staff accountable for digital ministry.
        • Churchome's Mark Venti, Executive Pastor of Ministries, is Digital Champion.
        • Ministry Admin or Project Manager - "Ask the 'Digital' Question when everyone else is thinking physical.
        • Digital slowly becomes a part of everyone's responsibility, not silo'd with one or two individuals.
      • Option #3 - Don't know what to do? Hand Digital over to a volunteer!
        • Version One is better than Version None.
        • If you trust volunteer spiritually, trust what they want to do digitally. Create benchmarks and goals. Did it work?
  • Tip: Know what you want to do digitally before you hire someone full-time.
  • Tip: Looking to hire someone? I can help connect you with qualified applicants. Hit me up on social media (Twitter // Facebook // Instagram // LinkedIn).
  • Stadia Phygital Learning Community
  • Stadia Innovation Meetup
  • Interested in planting a Digital Church? Exploring more of these ideas? Connect up with Stadia at thechurch.digital/planting.

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Love you all! Praying for your Churches and your Ministry Online.

Jeff Reed
THECHURCH.DIGITAL

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About Author

Jeff Reed
Jeff Reed

With about 20 years experience serving the church in the digital/technological realm, Jeff loves working with churches. As passionate about Discipleship as he is Technology, Jeff uses his passion to help Churches develop technology systems to bring people far from God closer to him. Oh, and he loves Digital Church & Church Online.

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