Technology is great … especially when you can see who’s ringing your doorbell while looking at your phone! It’s not so great when you’re at church on Easter Sunday and your neighbor (and everyone around you) realizes you didn’t invite him! Don’t let Easter get awkward! This is a funny reminder for churches to use leading up to Easter services.
Frank and his family have no problem asking their neighbor for help with a picture…but it never crossed Frank’s mind to invite him to their church’s Easter services. Watch this get uncomfortable really fast.
Watch as Tommy and Eddie give some pointers on how to light candles. Great to use in the weeks leading up to your Christmas Eve service. Includes two versions: a promo for Christmas Eve services, and one to use on Christmas Eve if you’d prefer.
Jesus is alive! That powerful Easter moment was not an ending but a beginning. After His resurrection, Jesus commanded us to go and tell the world. To share the hope of Easter with everyone, everywhere. Easter may be over, but our commission is clear…Let’s Go!
The world believes that Easter is about chocolate bunnies, hunting eggs, and baskets. Who really needs that kind of Easter? But, the real Easter that Christians celebrate is about Jesus, redemption, life, and hope. Who needs that Easter? Well, everyone needs that Easter! So, let’s get the word out. Let’s share the Good News and invite our communities to come find out the true meaning of Easter. Remind your congregation to invite their friends, family, and neighbors using this Easter Invite mini-movie.
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience the Christmas season with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
What is your church all about? What is the vision and core beliefs of your church? Do visitors know what your church is about? This “Welcome To Church” Mini-Movie will remind your members that it’s all about Jesus. And, it will make visitors feel welcome to your church and inform them about your core beliefs. This service opener and welcome video will also prepare your congregation for worship, as they recall that it’s all about Jesus!
A golf “announcer” finally gets an invite to church that he’s been waiting for, but it might cost the golfer the winning shot and lunch. Remember, inviting friends to church doesn’t have to be awkward.
After Easter, Jesus continued to minister on this planet for another 40 days before He ascended into Heaven. During that time, he opened the disciple’s eyes. He opened their minds to understand scripture. And, most importantly, after Easter he gave His church the Great Commission. With this new mission for the church, he tells each of us to go tell the world, to go make disciples, to go serve, and to go share God’s love. During this time after easter, Jesus also gave us a promise - to be with us always, as we go. This video will make a great illustration for preaching on the Great Commission the week after easter.
We can all relate to that “I have to tell someone!” feeling we get when we receive exciting news. Good News is not only an encouragement to invite others to experience Easter Sunday with your community, but it also works year-round as a reminder of the Great Commission.
We can all get so busy and self-absorbed, that we overlook the hurting people all around us who need to be introduced to Jesus. Easter is a very special time, when the unchurched are open to accepting an invite to visit your church. Use this powerful video to remind your congregation about the need to invite their family, friends, and neighbors to your church’s Easter Services. This Easter invite video will make a great introduction to a sermon about the great commission,evangelism, or outreach.
This invite video includes two versions, one for the Christmas Season and one for Christmas Eve. Great video to remind your congregation to invite their friends, family and neighbors to church this Christmas season!
This fun, quirky invite video features brightly colored text message bubbles and describes the changes you can make with just 46 characters: your home, your relationship status, your vehicle, or just about anything! Toward the end, it encourages the viewer to try using 46 characters to change someone’s life with these words “Hey, want to come with me to church this week?”
An invitation for visitors and seekers alike. Our door is open. God’s door is open. Take a step in and… Belong.
Inviting people to Church is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Don Calzone makes someone an offer they can’t refuse.
Inviting friends or neighbors to Church is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Floyd Gobbler demonstrates that he will Say Anything to extend an invitation.
Inviting people to Easter Service is great, but you have to do it the right way. Watch as Don Calzone makes someone an offer they can’t refuse.
There’s always a risk when we invite people to our church’s Easter services. But regardless of the process, the potential reward is worth it all. This year, use this humorous video as a part of your church’s strategy to build toward Easter.
Close out your worship service by reminding your congregation of the church’s mission given by Jesus himself. This powerful video features the words of The Great Commission as found in Matthew 28:18-20. The beautiful 3d graphics act as a reminder that we are to go out into the world and make disciples. This benediction video will work for any worship service, but is especially powerful when you are preaching on the topics of evangelism, outreach, missions, and sharing your faith. The words of The Great Commission encourage us to share Jesus and invite our friends and neighbors to church.
Start your service by letting visitors know that they are welcome and let everyone know what your church is all about. This fun and contemporary “Welcome To Church” video reminds us that Jesus is the center of everything we do as a church. Open your service with this Mini-Movie if you want to share your vision, reinforce your core beliefs, and prepare your congregation for worship. And, most importantly, let visitors and guest know that they are welcome at your church.
The invitations that matter the most come from people who are invested in our lives. Use this mini-movie to encourage your church to invite someone they care about to church.
Use this cute and fun mini-movie to promote your upcoming Christmas or Christmas Eve services and to remind your congregation to invite a friend or two!
Christmas is one of the least challenging times to invite people to church. Use this sweet and heartwarming mini-movie to encourage your community to invite their friends and co-workers to church on Christmas.
Use this cute and fun mini-movie to promote your upcoming fall festival, and remind your congregation to invite a friend or two!
Description: Inviting someone to your church’s doesn’t have to be complex, or driven by guilt. Hear the voice of someone who could be sitting in your church this Sunday.
After inviting friends to church for Easter, it’s natural to relax in the success of our seasonal outreach. Let this After Easter invite video help encourage your congregation to not let the conversation - and invitation - end.
There are many kinds of invitations. Some can be cute. Some can be spur of the moment. And some can be life changing. Use this mini-movie to remind your congregation to invite someone to your church’s Easter services.
Download includes 2 versions! Use the “Christmas version” (shown in the preview) to remind your congregation to invite someone to church during the Christmas season. The “Christmas Eve version” is great for reminding everyone to invite someone to church for your Christmas Eve service.
(In the “Christmas Eve version”, “Christmas Eve” and “December 24” replace “Christmas” and December 25” at 0:36 in the mini-movie.)
Looking for a fun way to tell your church about your fall festival this year? Let the great people at The Church Carnival Research Institute help you out. This pack comes with 3 videos for you to use. Also includes an AfterEffects project file if you would like to make a custom ending.
Inviting your neighbors to church doesn’t have to be awkward…unless you’re having goulash. Use this video to encourage people to get out there and invite their neighbors to church.
Watch as one neighbor with good intentions lets his invitation to church get lost in translation. Use this awkward video to help promote inviting your neighbors to church.
Guilt and shame might get some people to church…but it’s probably not the best approach. Use this awkward video to help promote inviting your neighbors to church.
Any time is a good time to invite your neighbor to church…unless he’s burying his cat.
Do you have a hard time getting people to invite others to church? Don’t worry, Johnny and Chachi are here to help again. Although, you may want to brainstorm a few of your own ideas
Ding Dong! The Sanders are back to show your Church how NOT to invite friends and neighbors to your Church’s Fall Festival. Use this humorous video to get the word out about your Fall Festival or Trunk-or-Treat. This download includes 3 different customizable options to suit your Church’s needs.
It’s Christmastime, and Jim and Joweena Sanders have recruited some help to round up the neighbors for Christmas Eve services at their church. Laughs abound as the Skit Guys team up with the Skitzy Chicks in this hilarious Christmas video!
Following up with those who visited your congregation during a weekend or midweek service is an essential part of church practice. Of course, there are effective ways to follow up with visitors…and not-so-effective ways. Guess which one The Skit Guys depict in this scene?
It can be a little nerve-wracking to invite a neighbor to church…and even scarier if they actually accept! Encourage your church members to take a leap and invite someone to Easter services with this fun video…just don’t invite them like The Sanders do. The bundle includes three versions of the 2-minute video and three versions of a trimmed, 60-second cut of the video.