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“The first
SocialSermon I
posted got more
views than any of
the previous 130
videos on our account.”

Dr. Derwin L. Gray, Lead Pastor of Transformation Church

Your church sees the value of social media. Frankly, you wish you could do more. But the reality is you’re already spread too thin.

The Result?

  • You don’t post as often as you should

  • When you do post the quality doesn’t meet the standards you have for yourself

  • Your church social accounts are all over the place – there’s no plan

  • Deep down you know social will never get the attention it needs with how busy you are

Now imagine this instead…
one year from today:

  • You have a dynamic presence on every major social platform

  • Your church has reached thousands of new people

  • You’ve published 3X per week on every account without once relying on pre-made content

  • You’ve taken what your church does in-person and meaningfully translated that online

  • You’ve pushed back against the growing wave of online negativity by elevating The Good News

  • You’re immensely proud of what your church does on social media

  • You haven’t had to lift a finger

Say hello to SocialSermons®.

A new era has begun
online. And churches
finally have a massive
advantage.

Here’s what you need to know about
the state of social media in 2023:

the first time, every major social
platform is prioritizing the same kind
of post - vertical video.

But this isn’t just a flashy trend that’s
here today, gone tomorrow. No. Vertical
video is the new standard online.

“The percentage of content people see on Facebook and Instagram that comes from accounts they don’t follow [via Reels] will more than double in 2023.”

“The percentage of content people see on Facebook and Instagram that comes from accounts they don’t follow [via Reels] will more than double in 2023.”

"YouTube Shorts has become a leading destination for short video over a relatively short time span. The daily views have grown 4X compared to a year ago.”

“TikTok has leapfrogged Netflix to become the second most popular service in the USA, with only YouTube retaining the crown for under 35s viewing.”

But wait…

why is this good news for
your church?

Because churches are one of the only
organizations in the world with senior
leaders that *already* create and share a
message every single week.

Imagine you were a real estate agency, law
firm, or dentist’s office - you’d need to plan
and create for social media above and
beyond everything else you already do.

But as churches, we get to rely on our
centuries-old tradition of preaching The
Good News from the pulpit - and then bring
that to social media.

Because here’s the bottom line:
Your sermon can reach dramatically more
people online than it ever could in-person.

Finding the intersections
between faith and culture

But it all hinges on this one thing: Finding the intersections between fatih and culture

Yes, if your church has video recordings
of your sermons you’re sitting on
a goldmine of content for social media.

Yes, if your church has video recordings
of your sermons you’re sitting on
a goldmine of content for social media.

But here’s the big problem:

Sunday’s sermon was
preached for the
congregation. Not the
person scrolling on
their phone.

So how do we fix that?

By identifying segments within the sermon
that bring together faith and culture. Where
does the wisdom of Scripture cross paths with
the lived experiences of the average person?

This is the ideal entry point for social media.

It’s also the primary way Jesus chose to communicate - by taking everyday topics that were accessible to everyone to then explain The Kingdom Of God:

  • Agriculture (Matthew 13)
  • Farming (Matthew 21)
  • Baking (Matthew 13)
  • Economics (Matthew 25)
  • Labor (Matthew 20)
  • Wine (Matthew 9)
  • Sheep (Matthew 18)

And here’s the best part… There are three distinct groups of people your church needs to reach online. And a SocialSermon reaches all three groups simultaneously - which gives you the best chance of reaching a wide audience.