What Your Church Can Expect for Christmas this Year

Episode #717
October 5, 2021
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The Christmas season is a time when guests are more likely to visit your church. Christmas Eve services, in particular, are popular with people from the community. Now is the time to start making plans. On this episode, Thom and Sam discuss what will be different and what you can expect for Christmas this year. 

1. Christmas Eve services will be as popular as ever. Guests will be there!

2. Christmas Eve falls on a Friday this year. It’s ideal timing. Have a separate Christmas Eve service and invite people to your Sunday services.

3. This year people will spend a lot on gifts. Don’t be afraid to ask people to be generous with gifts to the church.

4. Most community activities that were canceled last year will be back in full swing.

5. People still expect a more traditional worship service at Christmas.






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