21 Feb

It helps if churches put their worship times on their website as well as their address and location so those who wish to visit will know where and when they are. When my wife and I travel on weekends and seek out a church near the motel to attend on Sunday but without an address and directions, we don’t know where they are or how to get to them. In addition, I often receive invitations to conferences and special speakers and programs from the vast network of churches I work with. I usually go to the church’s website or Facebook page to learn more about the event to see if I want to attend. Without an address, I don’t know if an invitation from the First Presbyterian Church comes from the one in Bowling Green, Oh, Orlando, Florida, or somewhere in Texas. The first I might attend, the others probably not unless it’s a really good event. It does little good to promote a program without informing people of where it will be.

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