9 Keys for Church Members to Be More Guest Friendly This Easter

March 13, 2018
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Podcast Episode #414

Easter is just around the corner. So today, we take a look at nine keys to being a guest friendly congregation on Easter.

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • When you’re looking for an evangelistic opportunity, you’re more likely to see one.
  • Easter is a great opportunity for church members to serve. More help is always needed and welcomed.
  • If you need more volunteers to serve on Easter, recruit them early. Don’t wait until the last minute.
  • Pray for those who will join you for worship on Easter.

The nine keys we cover are:

  1. Pray as you enter the property.
  2. Park at the most distant spot available.
  3. Greet people.
  4. Look for people to help.
  5. Sit as close as possible to the front of the worship center.
  6. Sit in the middle.
  7. Sit closely.
  8. Volunteer to serve.
  9. Pray as you leave.

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