This topic could be a key to reaching millennials.
In recent American history, one of the greatest innovations in weekend Church services was the “seeker sensitive” service. But since its inception, not much else has changed about how churches do weekend services…until now!
Jim Tomberlin, Brett Eastman, and a few others will be hosting a webinar to discuss the most astounding innovation for Weekend Church Services in the last 20-30 years: The Conversation Service and Micro-sites.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 10:00 am (Pacific)
What is a Micro-site? Multi-site ministry is now a mainstream part of the American Church. The next logical step is to incorporate Micro-sites. Micro-sites are small church campuses that are started and led by entrepreneurial volunteers. Micro-sites are like large small groups experiencing your church’s worship services together in various locations throughout the community. This is the most affordable way for a church to become multi-site.
What is a Conversation Service? It’s similar to a typical worship service, but the teaching is a little different. Typical church service teaching is unidirectional as one person states information the audience. In a conversation service the teaching is conversational as the teacher asks leading questions of the audience and allows time to respond. This kind of service sounds like it can only be done in a small scale, but that’s simply untrue. Conversation services can be leveraged to reach thousands of people, especially those who are presently closed to the idea of church.
Most unchurched people are open to having spiritual conversations, while the number of unchurched people willing to come to a typical worship service is continually decreasing. EVERY CHURCH SHOULD LEARN MORE ABOUT CONVERSATION SERVICES AND MICRO-SITES!
I’m excited about this topic and I hope you will consider attending. Please click here to register for the webinar.