Church Bulletin Do’s and Don’ts: Guest Post on Church Marketing Sucks

This week, I published a blog post for Church Marketing Sucks, where I wrote several pieces last summer. It’s always a treat writing for this nonprofit. Check out the article below!

Church Bulletin Do’s and Don’ts: A Visitor’s Perspective

It’s great to see the discussions on bulletins here on Church Marketing Sucks. But most of these articles are written by the creators of bulletins, not necessarily the users.

As a born-and-bred Lutheran with six years of attending an evangelical-free church and three-and-a-half years at a Bible college, I’ve seen my fair share of bulletins. As a parishioner, you can’t expect everything to be perfect.

But since a bulletin is the front door to a church, you expect that the bulletin will be helpful, especially on your first visit. While there are pros and cons to getting rid of the bulletin altogether, plenty of people prefer to keep the weekly print bulletin.

Here are some most common do’s and don’ts for church bulletins:

Read more at churchmarketingsucks.com.

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