How far out do you advertise dates for your large events?
From Glenkirk Church‘s Website:
This year’s VBS was the largest in our church’s history!
Over 600 children and 300 Jr. and Sr. High leaders spent a week on our campus for a life-changing time of Interactive Bible Stories, Daily Crafts, Mega Fantastic Games, a LIVE Worship Band and Waterslides! This year’s theme was Crocodile Dock, where Fearless Kids Shine God’s Light!
More than 150 children committed their lives to Jesus… a number that far surpassed even our biggest prayers!
For information regarding this year’s VBS Reunion, click HERE!
We are proud to announce that this year’s mission project, “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” brought in more than 1,000 jars of peanut butter and jelly for families served by Glendora’s Shepherd’s Pantry.
For more info email us: email@example.com or 626-914-4833 x122.
Do you miss hearing this year’s Superhero song?
Do you want to hear it again so you can practice your Superman pose before VBS next year?
Download it here!
Superhero.mp3 (right click and choose “save as” to download this song)
This live recording is from our closing ceremonies on Friday, July 18, 2008.
Glenkirk’s VBS dates for next year:
July 12-16, 2010
Mark your calendar NOW!
In our community, people plan their vacations long before they take them. To give our families an event’s dates a year in advance equips them to invite their friends while the excitement of this year’s event is fresh in their minds.
Is a year too much time between an announcement and the actual event?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!