Your Churches Can Join Back to Church Sunday and Receive FREE Resources!
You’re invited to join these denominational leaders and others this year on National Back to Church Sunday, September 21, 2014.
Read what denominational leaders are saying about Back to Church Sunday. (Click on each photo)
Dr. Stan Toler
Bestselling author and General Superintendent of The Church of the Nazarene, Kansas City, KS
Back to Church Sunday has become the single largest community outreach in the nation. This year, we are praying for 20,000 churches to participate.
As part of a participating denomination, each church is eligible to receive additional FREE resources including:
- Free denominational page on BacktoChurch.com. Example: http://backtochurch.com/ag
- Free copies of reDiscover Church ebook
- 4 Free Back to Church invitational videos
- Free 90-day membership to SermonCentral PRO including a free copy of the National Back to Church Sunday promotional video
Last year, over 13,100 participated from over 41 denominations. It was so successful that churches who were surveyed responded, and here are the results!
How can this help my denomination?
Back to Church Sunday is an ideal tool for your denomination to provide to your member churches. The campaign empowers church members with the tools they need to welcome their neighbors, friends and loved ones back to church. We’re excited to invite your whole denomination to join this cause—modeling Christ’s call of unity within the Body and welcoming people back to church.
Can one day really make a difference?
Absolutely. Churches who participated in Back to Church Sunday saw a 38% increase in their weekend attendance.
"We can certainly schedule and promote our own back to church weekends (and we do), but there is power in the unity of so many churches being in one accord and praying in agreement for the same thing−when, unfortunately, churches usually spend too much effort on discord and what's wrong with the church down the street. We're all on the same team−and this event shows the power of us realizing that and putting aside our disagreements." −Community Crossroads, KS