Earlier this month, Communio helped his church plan and market their first big in-person outreach since the pandemic began – a “Rockin’ Date Nite”. Pastor Doug tells us more than 27 percent of the more than 1,000 attendees were new to the church.
“We had many more guests for this event than we had on Easter,” said Pastor Scott. “With the way that Communio ran the marketing for us - we were able to find families who perfectly fit the programs of our church. Due to the geo-locating of the advertisements, we were able to meet families who live right around our church but had never been inside the doors.”
As Texas ends its mask mandate and restrictions on public gatherings, churches in Midland and Odessa – home to Communio’s second City Platform in the Permian Basin – are launching a wave of new outreach and engagement over the next 30 days to support marriages.
Sanctuary’s director of missions and outreach, Sean Ray, tells us that every one of the paid registrations for the in-person portion of the event came in through the digital campaign Communio designed and ran – 75 percent of them are not members of the church.