Our customized Father's Day Postcards are a great tool for inviting people to church, following up with them after their visit , bulk mailings to your community or other marketing projects inviting people to your services or events. Our Father's Day Postcards come in different sizes and are a great size for handing out to people or including in your weekend bulletins. Our Father's Day Postcards can also be custom printed with names and addresses for bulk mailings to your community or used with USPS Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) campaigns. If you want to promote your church or improve your brand awareness in your community, our customized Father's Day Postcards are a great tool to use.
Father's Day Postcard Features
Customized with your logos, colors and information
Available in various sizes depending on your needs
Printed single or two-sided
Our Small Postcards can be mailed with a postcard stamp
Depending on use, printed on a either a 7pt or 14pt coated card stock
Great for use with USPS Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) or bulk mail campaigns
For many churches, we know we’re supposed to reach and evangelize our communities, but the people… they’re so…. Different! It feels like we have nothing in common with them. While evangelizing in today’s very sensitive and contentious society can be intimidating, we can’t let that stop us from obeying God.
We don’t have to tell you that volunteers are the lifeblood of the church. Our ministries wouldn’t be nearly as effective without those volunteers that give selflessly of their time and talents for the higher purpose of reaching hearts for Jesus. And those volunteers in Guest Ministry are of particular importance. The guest experience truly makes the difference between a guest that is turned into a passionate follower of Christ and a guest that is turned off to Jesus altogether, and that experience begins with your Guest Ministry volunteers. So how are we to ensure that those volunteers are equipped to deliver a great guest experience—one where guests genuinely feel the love of Jesus through them?