10 church welcome packs

I’ve been brainstorming ideas for new welcome packs at Church by the Bridge (it’s been a while since we’ve had them). Below are 10 examples I’ve discovered – click on the images to enlarge, or ‘see more’ for other images of the packs.

Seen any other good examples? What does your church provide?

1. Rock of KC (see more)

2. C3 Whitehorse (see more)

3. Rancho Community Campus (see more)

4. The Community Church (see more)

5. Bridge Church (see more)

6. St Barnabas (see more)

7. Mutley Baptist Church (see more)

8. City Church Belfast (see more)

9. Capstone (see more)

10. Shepherd Drive Baptist Church (see more)

 

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  • Steven Kryger

    Observations from a reader who recently visited several churches in the U.S.:

    Briefly – smaller churches (maybe 300 people) that did it well – had welcome pack, pastor from the front welcomed everyone, got the service running, then welcomed visitors, said he wasnt going to embarrass anyone but the ushers had welcome packs to give to those here for first time and asked visitors to raise hands – ushers passed the packs out.

    The packs were professionally printed – by http://www.spire-resources.com/home.php, talking with the pastor afterwards he said they got them for around $1 each. Also included a decent pen with church contact details on it for those longer term reminders.

    What I thought worked well was the packs served to identify new visitors to the church and the regulars would be assisted in making contact with new people when they saw them with the pack. They were about A5 size and noticable.

    Larger churches – 2000 or more – folks on the door made first contact and gave us similar info packs. Possibly seemed a more personal welcome to a big church.

    Packs all contained the info we expected – church belief statements, activities within the church community, contact details, info on leaders.