Prevailing churches make a consistent and focused effort to get people out of their weekend services and into some sort of “small group” experience. In fact, it’s difficult to find a growing church that doesn’t have a strong emphasis on its group culture. Over the years on the unSeminary podcast, we’ve profiled a number of leaders from churches who are doing a great job of getting people plugged into groups:
- Layne Schranz on the “free market” approach to small groups
- Ben Reed on building a thriving small group ministry
- John Finkelde on reaching 60+% of people in small groups
- Alan Danielson on how your church’s DNA impacts your small group ministry
- Troy Palermo on lessons learned from a church with 85% small group participation
Are you ready to help people get plugged into your small groups this fall? Have you wanted to leverage Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media channels to promote your small groups ministry, but you don’t know what to do? Would you like to get something up today but you don’t have anything to start with? Are you worried that you’re missing an opportunity to get your people plugged in?
unSeminary has you covered! We’ve pulled together over 20 different social media graphics that you can use on your various social media channels to promote your small group ministry. They are ready to use — just download them and start right away!
We’ve also provided the “source files” so a designer can modify the graphics to fit your church’s needs. For instance, we know that your church might call them life groups, discipleship groups, growth groups or something else … so these graphics might need minor modifications. Of course, you could also use Design Pickle’s flat rate, unlimited revision service to modify these designs.
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