What's in this session?
- Church Name: Redemption Church OKC
- Church Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Church Age: 3 years
- Church Size: 250 - 350
- On the coaching call: Heidi Clarke - Communications Director, Chris Clarke - Worship & Arts Pastor
Show notes and resources
- 7 Perfect Church Connection Card Examples
- Barna – What Millennials Want When They Visit Church
- Active Campaign
- The Seven Basic Plots by Christopher Booker
- #AskBrady Episode 26
- The Ultimate Social Media Blueprint For Churches
3 Instant Takeaways
- Balance the line between quality and quantity. With connection cards if you ask for too much information you’ll receive less responses, but at the same time you want to collect enough information for it to be helpful for your team. You’ll need to balance the line between asking too much and not enough so that people will fill out the card and hand it in.
- Incentivize. Any healthy relationship needs to be reciprocal so when a new visitor attends your church they’ve already given so much. They’ve given their time and stepped out of their comfort zone. To then ask them to give their personal information – it can come across like a big ask. By giving something in return for them filling out a connect card you help even out the give and take of the relationship.
- Be genuine. Incentives and connect cards can come across as gimmicky, so find ways to communicate them authentically. Tie them into who you are as a church. Give an incentive that means something and is valuable. Show your visitors that they matter.
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