When Cedarville Comedy experience “The Back Up Pastor”…
For what its worth, I’m never this badly behaved in Church.
Earlier today, Sofa found himself caught in a conversation about how exciting Church… doesn’t always come across as. So this evening after work, a couple of us took a quick survey of the people we could randomly find, and asked them “How would you make church more exciting?”. These are the top ten answers we got:
What would you add?
Sunday School Craft. Its great. Its a great way for kids to engage with the message in a hands on way, but. What do you do with the craft that your little one has brought out of Sunday school?
Heres a guide for what to do with your Sunday School craft.
What do you do with the “art work” you receive?
Nice to see a Church welcome sign shared online that is… actually welcoming.
Also, bonus points from the Sofa for a lovely sense of whimsy that goes with this. Sofa is a strong believer in the use of whimsy within Church Communications, and would love to see more of it in day to day use.
Found by Bev Mason on Twitter.
Can I have a word about that sermon during the Royal Wedding?
You know the one that has had its text printed on websites all over the place.
There seems to be a number of comments about the length of the sermon, with the question being. Was the sermon too long?
I’m interested in what you think?
Personally I think it was quick compared to many… many sermons I’ve heard.
Please vote on my Twitter poll to tell me how long a sermon should be…
Ok… how long is too long for a sermon?
— The Church Sofa (@TheChurchSofa) May 19, 2018
… or leave a comment below!
Are you used to 60 min plus sermons? Do you feel short changed by anything less than 20 minutes? Do you drift off after 9 minutes?
Let me know below…