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Rachael Klein

About Me: 

Sussex CRC's Administrative Assistant.

  • Hi Joshua. This might be a little dependent on how big your church is and how much you're willing to pay for it. If your church is fairly small, you can probably get away with just an Excel sheet...

  • We used to have a Bible Study that fit that category. We just called it Young Adults Bible Study.

  • Back when Advent started, one of our volunteers put together take-home Advent wreath boxes for families to light during the holiday season. Depending on what your restrictions look like, you might...

  • Hi Alana,

    For attendance registration, there is a free website reopen.church that lets you create a online place for people to RSVP to services.

     

    I don't know where you are...

  • A few years ago, our church did a study using the NIV Once-A-Day Morning and Evening Bible. I don't remember what the inside of the book is like, but our pastor had created a weekly reading guide...

  • You could encourage the congregation to send cards or notes if you have a lot of non-techy members. Depending on your area's guidelines, you may be able to have a drive-through or drive-by...

  • We have a worship team that leads us during services, but with all the COVID restrictions I honestly don't see us having choir right now. Maybe things will be different by the time Christmas rolls...

  • We just started having outdoor services (we're in northern NJ). Our church is fortunate to have a large hill behind the church lined with trees at the top for shade. Our Plan B in the event of bad...

  • We just started one this week on the Heidelberg Catechism.

  • When this first started, we livestreamed our services. Now we prerecord it.

     

    When we were livestreaming, our pastor would do the prayers, announcements, and sermon from his couch at...