N.C. Church Marketing Seminar

March 3, 2005 by

Apparently we’re not the only ones pushing church marketing. Brunswick Community College in North Carolina held a marketing seminar for area churches last week.

“It has to be a little different than any other organization’s marketing. … You’re looking for people who you hope will accept Christ. You have to market your services so they know they can turn to the church. The ideal is to make sure everyone who comes in contact with the church feels something and gets what he or she is looking for.” -Ray Gilbert of Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church

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One Response to “N.C. Church Marketing Seminar”

  • Brad Abare
    March 3, 2005

    This is so encouraging! Wouldn’t it be great if colleges/universities all over the country offered courses in church marketing? Reminds me of the entry I wrote in October of last year.

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