Podcast Episode #256
As multiple worship services become more normative, the reasons people choose one service over another are not quite as simple as worship style.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Yes, some people choose a worship service based on style, but there are often other reasons.
- Small group timing will affect what worship service people choose to attend.
- When planning new service times, understand the motivations for people coming at different times.
- More than ever before, people are making week-to-week decisions on which worship time to attend.
The six reasons church members choose one service over another are:
- Language preference.
- Time preference.
- Style preference.
- Group preference.
- Family situation.
- Week-to-week decision.
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