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100 Ways To Get Your Church Noticed

Revised & Expanded Edition

by Neil Pugmire


Price: £17.99
Publisher:Church House Publishing (CHP) part of Hymns Ancient & Modern
Published:November 2014
This is a brilliant book with excellent practical examples and ideas of things from the cheap and simple to the expensive and complex that could really help a church get noticed. Leafelts, services, redesigns of logo's and buildings, working out who you are trying to outreach or serve, social media and a host of things in between all get targeted here in clean paragraphs with visual imagery to help and a point by point 'how to do it' section for them too.
So ok some of the things in here seem blindingly obvious, but it's nontheless a given fact that we often overlook the obvious ... or downplay our ability to do, or need to do it. With this book in hand there is something for every church to pick up and improve upon and make sure that the church gets noticed in the best possible way.
Great tool with some great ideas in it.

Reviewer: Melanie Carroll   (16/12/14)
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