Posts Tagged ‘Lent’

Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday: 15 Ways to Get Them Together
January 17, 2018

Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday: 15 Ways to Get Them Together

Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday land on the same day for the first time since 1945. It's an opportunity for your church to bring these two ideas together.

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Ashes to Go: Taking Church to the Streets
February 8, 2016

Ashes to Go: Taking Church to the Streets

The traditional Ash Wednesday service takes to the streets with Ashes to Go, a reminder for churches to go and do the gospel in their neighborhoods.

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5 Things Church Communicators Should Consider Giving Up for Lent
February 3, 2016

5 Things Church Communicators Should Consider Giving Up for Lent

The traditional practice of giving something up for Lent is an opportunity for church communicators to make a change that can be energizing and inspiring for your daily work.

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Preparation for Easter: Ash Wednesday and Lent
February 1, 2016

Preparation for Easter: Ash Wednesday and Lent

We asked five church communicators what they do for Ash Wednesday and Lent. These traditional times are ideal preparation leading into Easter.

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Easter Effort: Lilies & Lent
April 2, 2015

Easter Effort: Lilies & Lent

A church in Pennsylvania offered a journey through Lent on social media and memorializes loved ones with Easter lilies. What's your church doing for Easter?

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Ash Wednesday, Lent & Preparing for Easter on Social Media
February 16, 2015

Ash Wednesday, Lent & Preparing for Easter on Social Media

There are a lot of ways churches can approach Ash Wednesday and Lent (and some don't), but social media can help congregations prepare for Easter.

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10 Weeks Until Easter: What’s Your Church Doing?
February 7, 2014

10 Weeks Until Easter: What’s Your Church Doing?

Easter is only 10 weeks away. What is your church doing? Share your ideas and plans in the Church Marketing Lab.

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poll-results Article
March 10, 2010

Lenten Events Poll Results

It’s that time of year. “What time of year?” ask the Baptists. (I couldn’t resist that joke, too easy.) It’s Lent, or, according to Wikipedia: “…the period of the liturgical year ...

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