Overcoming the Small Church Easter Sunday Blues

sad egg 1240 x 697In many small churches, Easter Sunday is one of the lowest-attended, most challenging days of the year.

Most people don’t know this because small church pastors don’t complain about it. They just deal with.

Why is Easter attendance so low in many small churches? Do we not have have enough faith, prayer, planning or some other essential quality?

No. No. A thousand times, no. Here’s what happens.

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2 thoughts on “Overcoming the Small Church Easter Sunday Blues”

  1. Thanks for this encouragement–and all of the wisdom & kindness you bestow upon those of us in smaller churches. I can’t tell you how many times your blog has been just the word I needed to keep my spirit up and continue to be faithful to my calling! I have recommended your blog (and Grasshopper Myth) to many of my small church pastor friends & look forward to meeting you at some event in the days to come!
    Greg

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