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Social media is a powerful tool that your church can use to reach people inside and outside of your congregation. Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat, each platform can be incredibly useful for touching lives and promoting your ministry.

For most churches that I talk to, it’s not a lack of desire that keeps them from regularly posting on their social pages, but a lack of content. Have you ever been confused or frustrated about what to post on your church’s social pages? It definitely can be overwhelming to come up with new ideas every week, right?

Here are some fresh ideas from some of my favorite churches to look to for social media inspiration. Let me know which ones are your favorites in the comments below.

1. Share Testimonies From Your Church Family


2. Give A Preview Of What To Expect At Your Church


3. Quote Worship Lyrics From A Song You Sing

Worship Lyrics

4. Count Down To A Special Event



5. Share A Clip From Sunday’s Message


6. Promote An Event For The Community


7. Recap Exciting Moments From Sunday

Recap Photos


8. Share A Quote From A Recent Message


9. Quote A Meaningful Bible Verse

Bible Verse


10. Promote Small Groups


11. Share A Link To Your Live Stream


12. Celebrate Holidays And Important Moments


13. Express Gratitude For Your Volunteers


14. Promote Internal Events And Classes


15. Share How People Can Help With Outreach


16. Ask Questions About What Your Audience Enjoys

Audience Enjoys


17. Give Service Times And Information

Service Times


18. Celebrate Staff Birthdays And Anniversaries


19. Share Helpful Blog Posts And Articles


20. Post Promo Videos For Services And Events


What Do You Think?

Which of these are your favorite?
Do you have any other kind of post that you’d add to the list?
Let us know by leaving a comment below!


Kendall Conner

What do you get when you combine production, design, and communications together with a passion for the Church? It turns out, this is the precise formula to make up Kendall Conner. For over 20 years, this Christ-led creative has been bridging the gap between media and ministry. In addition to serving as the creative pastor in his local church, he is the Chief of Operations for Church Motion Graphics, a ministry-focused design studio that serves thousands of houses of worship around the globe. Kendall specializes in equipping church media leaders and volunteers to utilize creativity in their services to share the hope of Jesus.


  • Miguel says:

    Great post, it go to my favorites

  • Great ideas!! Thanks for the post!

  • Great stuff! I already do some of this!

  • Rob Russo says:

    Solid, Kendall. I’ve found that my church loves when we post anything with people (we ARE the church, huh!?), the Worship Band, or solid sermon points/quotes.

    This reminds me to schedule up more, with the variety of ideas you’ve shared here.

  • Calvin says:

    This is a so helpful! We forget sometimes how powerful social media is. Thanks for the reminder and examples.

  • Rhonda says:

    Thank you for the great ideas! My fav is #20. We get so wrapped up with ops that we forget the promo!

  • Roshelle says:

    We have begun to do small profiles on some of our faithful volunteers on Facebook and Instagram and it is good to see how the congregation is uplifting and encouraging the people we are profiling by affirming how helpful they are or how they always have a smile…etc.

    • Rochenda says:

      I love this idea, Roschelle! We, as people, as humans, love to be uplifted whether we proclaim it publicly or wish for it silently. I am a strong believer of encouragement for I may be the only person that says Good morning beautiful to someone who may be having a day of doubt for life and those 3 words causes them to look in the mirror. I absolutely love this idea!!! Thank youb

    • Dawn says:

      That’s a great idea!

  • Christine Townsend says:

    I love them all. I think my favorite is the Sunday recaps

  • Lunyanshi Mwila says:

    Thanks Kendall. These are great ideas that will go a long way in making our social media posts more diverse and interesting.

  • Vincent Abodo says:

    wow, thanks for sharing these ideas, I’ve had difficulties creating posts on my church platform. Now i have options on where to start.

  • Edward Reeves says:

    Social media is really an effective tool nowadays. I really think that Beautiful and uplifting sermons right here are really needed! I really rely on Sermons like this and the ones by Keion Henderson, to really get through most difficult of days!

  • petemaxwell15 says:

    Social networking has so many wonderful uses! Respectable churches should take care to control their online presence and activity. The best churches, like, don’t have sermons and podcasts available online, right? They are communicating with their church members and contacting more individuals than ever before utilizing technology, and I have to admit, they are doing an outstanding job of it!

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