By Kendall Conner

Source: TheCreativePastor.com

Instagram has proven to be a major player in the social media world and an extremely valuable tool for ministry. Since we are such a visual culture, this is a great avenue for sharing your church’s story that goes beyond traditional text posts. Here are twenty creative ways that I’ve seen churches utilizing this great network. My hope is that you will be inspired and perhaps add them to your social media strategy. Enjoy!

1. Promote Your Service Times

2. Advertise Your Sermon Series

3. Show Newcomers What Services Look Like

4. Announce Your Volunteer of the Week

5. Share Testimonies From Your Congregation

6. Promote Your Online Stream

7. Highlight Moments From Your Service

8. Share Encouragement

9. Promote Upcoming Events

10. Set Up A Photo Booth In Your Lobby

11. Promote Outreach Opportunities

12. Show Ways To Get Involved

13. Introduce Your Staff

14. Provide Shareable Invite Cards

15. Share Your Church’s Vision

16. Showcase Your Various Ministries

17. Share Your Worship Setlist

18. Share Quotes From Your Sermon

19. Highlight Water Baptisms

20. Show What’s Happening In Your Kid’s Ministry

Do you have any other ideas for using Instagram at your church? Let us know in the comments below!

 

*** Kendall Conner is the founder of TheCreativePastor.com – a blog centered around making Church Media simple. He serves as the Creative Pastor at Piedmont Chapel in Greensboro, NC and is an all-around media geek. Together with his beautiful wife, Holly, they strive to use media to spread the message of Christ and equip others for ministry.

Author: Lauren Hunter

Lauren Hunter is the publisher and editor-in-chief of ChurchTechToday and Christian Media Magazine where she encourages churches to better use technology and media to improve every aspect of ministry. An entrepreneur by birth, she is constantly looking for new ways to author and create for God's Glory. Hailing from Northern California, Lauren writes from the heart at LaurenHunter.net and is also a musician, poet, wife, and mom to four great kids.

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