Tips to make your small-group lobby presence better and easier to manage
It's a common practice for churches to have a regular place in their lobby to promote small groups. What's less common is making excellent use of those spaces.
Often they feature a mish-mash of plain 8.5" x 11" printouts, stacks of cards, a few curriculum examples, and interest forms. Stunning, well organized small group kiosks are much more rare.
One way to improve your lobby presence is to use full-color cards for each small group. When people can see groups represented in a consistent, quality, visually-pleasing way, they will be more naturally drawn to the small-group kiosk. The problem with this is that making these cards can be an administrative nightmare. Managing/resizing photos, checking for typos, printing cards, cutting cards, and keeping them stocked is extremely challenging.
Wouldn't it be nice if you could have those cards without the administrative headaches? You can. To read more, click here.