Plenty has been going on in the Church Marketing Lab lately, and we’re still amazed at the number of readers we come across who have never heard of it. So we’re here to show you a little bit of what’s going on and, for the uninitiated, let you know what the Church Marketing Lab does.
What is the Church Marketing Lab?
It’s a place for church communicators to give and receive feedback. Have a design you’re looking to improve? Wondering how your church can better utilize a new technology? Trying to choose a T-shirt provider? Wanting some feedback on a marketing strategy? The Church Marketing Lab is the place to ask other church communicators those questions.
Great, so what are some example of Church Marketing Lab content?
One huge way folks are engaging is by sharing their designs, both complete and in-progress, and getting feedback from other church communicators.
Here are some designs we’ve seen pass through lately:
This is a cover for a devotional that will augment the journey through Lent.
Star of Bethlehem has a new Web site in the works.
Discover Kids is working on a new logo.
This sermon series graphic is commemorating a 5-year church anniversary.
But it’s not all pretty pictures. The Church Marketing Lab can be a great place for all sorts of church communicators to help one another out. Here are some discussions we’ve seen bubbling up recently:
- This student ministry is looking for some community outreach ideas.
- What’s a good, creative name for an Easter egg hunt?
- Local Labs are meetups of church communicators in a geographical area. Here’s one from Spokane, Wash.
- Do you have any recommendations for church small group software?
So if you’re in a bind with your communication, don’t hesitate to head on over and ask the community in the Church Marketing Lab.