Engaging Church Communication: Help Shape the Future with Your Feedback!
No podcast this week! Jeanette and I are taking a short break while we prepare for the next season—I can't wait to share more details with you soon!
Today, though, I'd like to ask for your help.
In 2009, Church Juice began as it became clear North American churches needed accessible support and focused resources to navigate the changing media, technology, and marketing landscape.
But a lot has changed in the last 15 years! Today, access to information is more readily available than ever before. So we're taking time over the next several months to listen, ask critical questions, reflect, and dream for the future.
Your input is critical. As we dream for the future of energizing church communications, listening to church leaders like you helps us create a comprehensive evaluation.
There are three ways you can provide valuable feedback and insights as we assess how best to energize church communications moving forward.
3 ways to help
1. Take this 7-minute survey
Would you consider taking this short survey? It will take about 7 minutes, and your feedback will help provide us with vital data to inform the future of this ministry—which exists to support you.
Some of the data from this survey will also be used to create a snapshot report on church metrics, communications, and trends. To thank you for your participation, you'll receive early access to the full report.
2. Participate in a discussion
Over the next few months, we're hosting a series of discussions to listen to church communicators. There will be small regional (in-person) focus groups, virtual discussion groups, and personal interviews. All of these discussions will help provide personal feedback and insights to help us shape the ministry of Church Juice to better meet the needs of church communicators like you.
3. Send an email
What do you need most to thrive in your church communications role?
What do you think is the most valuable aspect of Church Juice?
Where do we have the most room to grow?
If you've got some thoughts about the questions above, or about how Church Juice can support you in your church communications work, send an email to email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you!