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I’m one of those people who has an ever-growing list of programmes saved for later viewing. Having stayed over at a friend’s house over a bank holiday and being the first to wake the following morning, I decided to quietly make myself a tea and begin watching the Netflix documentary Our Planet (released on 5…

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We asked for feedback about some of the things churches did this Easter. We were excited to see so many people coming back with all of their great ideas. Here are some of the stories. Hopefully they will inspire you to get creative with your outreach in the future! A church in Wales used paper…

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CPO is excited to introduce our new Head of Innovation, Ben Elliott. Based in Sheffield, Ben will be working to develop creative new resources, expand our network of partnerships and represent CPO at events across the UK. Ben has expertise in social media management and consultancy, brand design, websites, print, video and animation. He is…

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ChurchTrain’s Joe Gallant shares some tips for refreshing your church’s look as we go into a new year. Considering my job is to help churches and charities with rebrands and websites, you might think I was in the business of persuading people that they need a new look. The truth is, whilst having a review…

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Next time you drive through a new town, make a point of looking at church noticeboards as you go past. Firstly, just consciously acknowledge their existence. A business would have to pay through the nose for such a prominent, public facing communication tool; churches often take them for granted. Many churches occupy prime positions in…

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Christmas is rightly a joyful celebration – a time we commemorate the birth of Jesus, God made tiny baby boy, the long-awaited Messiah come to redeem all creation. There are sparkly lights, festive feasts, gatherings of family and friends and gift exchanges. It is all very cheery and jolly, at least on the surface. The…

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