Tag: greeters

  • Your Assimilation Process: Serving Together (5 of 5)

    (This series has been updated and expanded upon here: The Five Elements of a Fully Implemented Connections Strategy) The ministries of our churches exist to make disciples of all people everywhere. Incredibly, so few churches have a comprehensive strategy to connect the very guests that walk into our buildings to the ministries that exist for…

  • Your Assimilation Process: Connecting in Community (4 of 5)

    (This series has been updated and expanded upon here: The Five Elements of a Fully Implemented Connections Strategy) The ministries of our churches exist to make disciples of all people everywhere. Incredibly, so few churches have a comprehensive strategy to connect the very guests that walk into our buildings to the ministries that exist for…

  • Your Assimilation Process: Guest Follow-Up (3 of 5)

      The ministries of our churches exist to make disciples of all people everywhere. Incredibly, so few churches have a comprehensive strategy to connect the very guests that walk into our buildings to the ministries that exist for them! This series breaks down the five essential elements every church much bring together to build a…

  • Your Assimilation Process: Guest Services (2 of 5)

    (This series has been updated and expanded upon here: The Five Elements of a Fully Implemented Connections Strategy) Guest Services: Your Greeters Once a guest is greeted at the doorway, what will they see? A team of well trained greeters should be focused on the entrances and attentive to every person who walks through the…

  • Your Assimilation Process: First Impressions (1 of 5)

    (This series has been updated and expanded upon here: The Five Elements of a Fully Implemented Connections Strategy) The ministries of our churches exist to make disciples of all people everywhere. Incredibly, so few churches have a comprehensive strategy to connect the very guests that walk into our buildings to the ministries that exist for…

  • How To Follow Up With Guests At Church

    We all know how important our greeters are on Sunday mornings. That’s our front door. But following up with those same guests in a meaningful way is just as important.┬áNot every church has a great follow-up strategy in place, and even the best can always get better. Our main mission as the church is to…

  • What can your church learn from a donut shop?

    My church has a great donut shop just down the street. I hardly ever order a donut but I’m becoming quite addicted to their coffee. It is much nicer inside than any other donut shop I’ve ever been in. There are soft comfortable chairs a fireplace and a flat screen TV. Like every other pastor…