Sometimes improving church attendance can seem like a pie in the sky idea. Most churches do a pretty good job of counting who walks through the door on Sunday, but sometimes it’s a little more difficult to decipher what’s actually going to keep them coming back.

Many churches we speak too are interested in building a stronger relationship with their members and visitors. By fostering that relationship they can improve engagement (and thus also improve attendance). How do you start or try to continue that relationship though? Especially if someone doesn’t attend church regularly (and isn’t reading your bulletin)? Our thinking at Flocknote has always been to meet your members where they’re already at: on their phones and in their inboxes.
Improving Church Attendance with Flocknote

2 comments on “Improving Church Attendance with Flocknote

  • Great points made here. Utilizing digital communication to keep in contact with churchgoers seems like the next logical step given how technology has been advancing in recent years. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi John,

      So glad you found the infographic helpful :) We’ve really found it interesting to follow how digital communication has progressed in the context of building relationships with churchgoers over the years. Making communication more efficient and engaging is one of the reasons we built Flocknote! We’d love for you to give Flocknote a try. We’re here to help if you have any questions. You can reach our team of Happiness Engineers at help@flocknote.com.

      We hope you have a blessed Easter!

      Kaitlin R.
      Flocknote Happiness Engineer

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