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Online Attendance Increasing for a Local Church

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We here at the station use it, celebrity's use it, and even your social media connections do as well, Facebook Live.

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We here at the station use it, celebrity's use it, and even your social media connections do as well, Facebook Live.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/6942690?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 02 Jun 2017 02:25:55 +0000 Online Attendance Increasing for a Local Church We here at the station use it, celebrity's use it, and even your social media connections do as well, Facebook Live. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/6942690?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KCIT surrounding community. (kelly:) technology is helping churches reach their audiences in new ways. fox 14's blessing woksman shows us how one church has people worshiping without even leaving their home. (blessing woksman:) nats they're one of the bigger churches in amarillo. nats on weekends, trinity fellowship staff say they can average several thousands in attendees. but show up on sunday's and you won't see all those worshiping in person... bree proffitt/trinity fellowship executive pastor of communication: "we have noticed that our online viewership is increasing. we just started doing facebook live in january so we're broadcasting our 11:00 sunday service online on facebook and so we've seen an increase in online viewership especially in that regard for sure." on average, proffitt says each of their facebook live videos gets between five to seven thousand views per weekend. and their reach is much higher than that... sometimes in the tens of thousands. bree proffitt/trinity fellowship executive pastor of communication: "that's really where people are and that they are seeing us come across their feed. and even if they're just connecting with us for a second, that's a touch. and we want to engage with people and we want to connect with them. and so far it seems like it's really successful." despite its innovative success, there's some who enjoy the more traditional way of church attendance. iris elizondo/goes to path point fellowship: "we do have a facebook page, i prefer to go in person and i just like that expereince to just be there." the same sentinment is echoed by proffitt. bree proffitt/trinity fellowship executive pastor of communication: "the churc experience goes beyond the worship and the message you might see and find online. but the full church experience includes face to face interaction with people, making friends, finding a place to serve and it's an experience for the whole family." nats in amarillo, blessing woksman, fox 14 news. (kelly:) despite tapping into the online audience, proffitt says they've also seen an increase in physical attendance across all of their campuses. proffitt also tells us they've met people in their services who have first connected




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