While much of our work begins with a conversation or exploratory email with our Director of Communication, the formal process starts when you request help by filling out a project information form. Once it is submitted, we will quickly acknowledge we’ve received it and schedule a meeting to take the first steps.
Psalm 107:2 says, “Has the Lord redeemed you? Then speak out!” One thing we must do as a church is to speak out about how we have experienced the good work of God in our lives. Our quarterly magazine gives us the opportunity to remember that God is at work all around us, both individually, and in our life together as a church. Speaking out about God’s work in our lives gives us a chance to enter into worship as we say together: “it is good to live life with a God like that!”
The email is sent to subscribers every Wednesday at 11 am. It highlights between 10 to 12 items. This is the best way to stay in touch with what’s happening at Eastbrook throughout the week & on the weekends.
Eastbrook has two Ministry Booths which are available for various ministries to check out for use on the weekends. These relational spaces are intended to create intentional space for our ministries to engage with the congregation. Reserve them using the Promotion Request Form.
The bulletin is distributed by our ushers every weekend as guests enter the Worship Hall. Copies also are available at the Welcome Desk. The bulletin includes the weekly calendar highlights, the worship insert, 6 event announcements about gatherings/news items, a listing of resources, and a description of ways to connect.
We preview events, news, and gatherings on two screens in the front of the Worship Hall before each service, as well as on screens both on the weekends and during the week in various locations throughout our Campus.
Our goal is that all of our ministries would be described in brochures and on their own webpages. These brochures are available in both Lobbies, the Church Office, and Holy Grounds Coffeehouse.
Paper event posters are an effective means of publicizing your group’s events to the Eastbrook community. There are many public bulletin boards in high-traffic areas on campus that your group should take advantage of when publicizing for events, however, you should be aware of the public postering policies. Officially, posters are torn down by Communication personnel every Friday afternoon.
We involve volunteer photographers, designers, copy editors, proofers, writers, web designers, and video storytellers. We’re always looking for talented volunteers to get involved.
Are you interested in serving in Communication at Eastbrook?