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Seeker-Friendly Churches: the FAQ page

One of the most important factors for those seeking a good church fit is their comfort level. Setting up a frequently asked questions page is a great way to answer some questions about your church before these church-seekers ever enter your door. It gives you the opportunity to make an impression of a church which could be their home.

Here are some questions to consider adding to your FAQ list:

  • What should I wear to church?
  • Can my child stay with me during the service? What do you offer for children?
  • What does your church service look like? What kinds of things do you do during your worship service?
  • How do you do communion? Can a visitor take communion?
  • How many people attend your church?
  • What kind of outreach is your church involved in?
  • How can I get involved?

Use these questions as your starting place for crafting your own FAQ page which can help church seekers in your community understand if your church is a good fit for them. Craft the sort of questions to which you can write solid, honest answers. For example, if your church is in a season where outreach ministry is a weakness but you have strong communities in the church, leave that question out, but instead share about your groups within your church.

This is a great way to share who you truly are, even in your writing style. If your church is very traditional, keep your questions and answers traditional. But, if your church is known for being more laid-back, share your questions and answers in that way, too. Writing a strong, informational FAQ page can help people understand who you are and get them to take those first steps in your door!

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