One simple idea to reach new people before Easter

Here’s a quick idea to start off the new year “Reaching out to new people” in your class.  It’s not new or novel, but it just might make a big difference.

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Pass out index cards to everyone in the class at the beginning of the session this Sunday.  Everyone in the class gets 2.  Ask your group members to write the names of one individual or family (who doesn’t go to church) that they will commit to inviting to Sunday School and worship with them before Easter.

That’s it.  Maybe it’s a neighbor or a co-worker, but the commitment is to invite their friend to join them in church before Easter.  It’s as easy as saying, “We’d love for you to come, and sit with us.”

They should pass one card in to you so that you can pray for them, and keep a card for themselves as a reminder.

Perhaps you could even have a moment of prayer in class over the cards.

Reaching out to new people is one of our key values.  We are working on plans for a celebration of Sunday School throughout the month of March that would end with a huge Easter celebration on March 31.

God bless you guys and have a great week!  Let me know if you use the card idea so I can pray for you in that specific area.

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