So here’s the deal. Getting people into a church isn’t as easy as it once was. There are so many distractions, movies to see, books to read, games to play, metaverses to explore…church simply doesn’t stand out any more.
The issue isn’t with the message. It isn’t that people don’t care. The unfortunate truth is that sometimes, they simply don’t notice you’re there.
“How can this be?” you ask. “We have a massive building!”
So do a lot of businesses and sports teams. They just have better advertising than you.
And sometimes, people come into your church, and they sit through the preach. You have slides up on a screen to support what is being said, and to put it bluntly, they could be more aesthetically pleasing.
What’s going on?
For modern churchgoers, getting your church noticed outside of the building requires strong imagery. To keep people interested inside, you need strong imagery.
You need a graphic designer in your pocket.
We’ve mentioned using tools like Canva before to get your images set up easily. You can create social media posts, adverts, and even slides for use in-service. But there’s another player in this arena – one that’s dedicated to providing the church graphics you need.
Church Motion Graphics offer worship backgrounds, slide templates, social media graphics, and much more to make life easier for your church. For many people, it’s their first introduction to pre-made church graphics, so you may already know about their service. If not, read on!
CMG offer some church graphics free, while other church graphics background images are premium and have a cost attached. Whichever you choose, they are always of the highest quality and can make a significant difference in your service and the media you create to attract people to your church.
New worship visuals packs are released every month, and sections for special seasons such as Christmas and Easter help you find the right image for the right event.
If CMG doesn’t meet your needs, try the free version of the aforementioned Canva, and find background images from sites such as Pixabay and Unsplash.
Not every church needs (or can find) a graphic designer for church graphics design, and there are plenty of church graphic resources to be found around the internet.