Find out Why (and How) Some Churches Actually See an Increase in Generosity During Some of the Quietest Months of the Year
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For years now (decades? maybe centuries?) churches have taken for granted the fact that congregational attendance, giving, and overall engagement will decline during the summer months.
On the surface, it’s easy to understand why. School’s out, the weather’s great, beaches and lakefronts beckon, and—as your members hit the road—it’s only natural that they’d take their giving and participation with them.
But the reality is: Not every church experiences the summer slump.
Many are reporting steady giving over the summer by leveraging digital giving channels and mobile technology to connect with their congregations.
People don’t need to be in town to stay engaged with their home church.
But it takes more than tools and tech to avoid a summer giving shortfall. Churches need communication strategies and leadership resources to frame a holistic approach to stewardship. That’s why we’ve invited David Lopez, a Generosity Strategist at Generis with nearly two decades of ministry experience, to walk us through...
Whatever situation your church is facing, join David and Pushpay’s own, Kent Woodyard as they share four practical strategies your church can deploy to encourage generosity this summer.
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