Yes, churches should be emailing out the information in their bulletin each week to their congregation. But is your church making these big mistakes when doing so? Are you missing opportunities to communicate with your members more effectively? Check out these quick tips for sending your weekly church bulletin and find out! Note: This is… Read More

A lot of churches have previously used some kind of “email marketing” tool (i.e. Constant Contact, Mailchimp, etc.). Now they use Flocknote. Here are some of the reasons why they made the switch to Flocknote (click each one to read more): Made for ministry – not just marketing. So simple you’ll actually use it. Does… Read More

A church’s job is at the same time both very simple and incredibly difficult. Though timeless truths stay the same, in every age churches are called to determine how best to lead their flocks to an encounter with those truths. The means used to reach a congregation in the past don’t necessarily work well in the present, so it’s the perennial duty… Read More

One of the primary goals of every church – every organization, really – should be to communicate its message in the most effective ways possible. And yet, many churches still can’t even reach their members…especially in between Sundays. However, change is both possible and relatively straightforward. One of the best ways to right the ship is to know the… Read More

It’s practically a given that text messaging is the best and most efficient way to reach teenagers today. A recent Pew study showed that 88% of all teenagers own a cell phone. Three quarters of them own a smartphone and 91% of them use text messaging daily. Youth ministry is no exception. Think: When was the last time you… Read More

First impressions are important, and that’s no different when it comes to email and text messaging. So, it’s vitally important that you make your first interaction count when registering your members in Flocknote. Flocknote has a handy optional feature in each group called a Welcome Message (click here for where to find it). If a group… Read More