Newsletters in all kinds of formats and to a variety of audiences in your church are still one of the best ways to communicate with your people. Following are three samples of newsletters that were sent in on one of our Great Idea Swaps. Below are images and then at the end of the page is a downloadable PDF of all of them.
- Three of the church newsletter samples that were sent in, illustrations only.
- The downloadable PDF file of the newsletters is normally only for Effective Church Communication Members. but I'm making this a free sample for everyone. Communication downloads like this are just one of the great advantages of membership! CLICK HERE for information on how to join, it's only $9.99 a month or $99 a year for all the communicators in your church to be able to use the site.
This is a sample PDF emailed church newsletter. I just love the name and the header and logo, plus the colorful, yet-easy-to-read layout. So much is here: updates, prayer requests, humor, ministry needs. You don't need a lot of space to communicate a lot!
This is a sample PDF emailed newsletter. I just love the name and to much is here: updates, prayer requests, humor, a lot!Flock Talk
Ministry inspiration is one of the core reasons we do the Great Ideas & Sample Swap and this newsletter is tremendously inspiring. The stories, the policies, the ministry overall is an inspiring example of caring in the name of Jesus.
The stories, the policies, the ministry overall is an inspiring example of caring in the name of Jesus.
Some of the most effective newsletters your church can produce are ones that target a specific ministry and this one does a fantastic job of that by providing ministry updates, resources, tips for parents and family inspiration. Often the church staff does not have time to produce niche newsletters like this, but they can be a fantastic job for a volunteer.