About National Back To Church Sunday
National Back to Church Sunday began in 2009 as church attendance in America was declining and church leaders began to look for ways to involve their congregations in reaching out and inviting friends, neighbors and coworkers to come back to, or try church for the first time.
Each September since then, we have set aside the third Sunday in September as the day to encourage everyone to attend a Bible-based church in their area and for church leaders to create a welcoming, inviting environment for their visitors.
Incredibly, since 2009, more than 4-million Christ-followers have participated through over 40,000 churches…and the movement continues to grow.
Now, more than ever, people need Jesus and a caring community where they can belong, grow and flourish. This September, we would love for you to be a part of introducing your community to Jesus, so they can experience His hope and reconnect with others during National Back to Church Sunday!
What Church Leaders Are Saying About Back to Church Sunday:
“If you are serious about your church reaching out and about reminding your church about the Great Commission, this event is an answer.”
“It is a superb way to get your congregation involved ad excited about having friends and family come back to church. So much so, that it just doesn’t apply only to that one day, but for us will extend into the months to come.”
“Back to Church Sunday is a wonderful way to connect with the community at-large, family, friends, present, and past members. The provided promotion items are very helpful and useful to get everyone excited.”
““Back to Church Sunday offered us all the tools necessary (engagers, door hangers, posters, and content) that is professionally developed and made. Coming from a small congregation, it can overwhelming to attempt to provide your church members with the tools and resources needed to begin invite folks to church with them, but Back to Church Sunday folks have done all of that for you and with the free resources by signing up for Back to Church Sunday, it doesn’t break the bank.”
“This may be the best thing you can do to jumpstart your church family into new ventures of outreach. It’s biblical, non-threatening and beneficial to the growth of any church.”