Last summer, Barna reported that one in three practicing Christians stopped attending church. But this year, Pew Research Center put out a study that shows congregations are returning to normalcy. According to Pew, three-quarters of church goers say they feel confident attending church safely, and 4 out of 10 Americans say they’ll be celebrating Easter…Read More
When churches decide to expand on their building or acquire a new property completely, they often do something called a building campaign. A building campaign is what it sounds like – a campaign to raise funds for a new building or buildings. But it’s important to view your building campaign as more than a fundraiser.…Read More
Past Blog Posts & Articles
How to Sell a Church: 5 Steps to Success
If you’ve never sold a church building before, you may not fully appreciate all that goes into a successful sale. Whether you’re moving to a new location, shifting to a different ministry model, or must forever close the doors of your church, here are five steps to consider to make your sale as smooth as…Read More
Why Ministry Realty for Your Church Real Estate Needs?
The step of buying a church building for your congregation is an exciting thing. Maybe your congregation is growing, or maybe you’re ready to move on from years of leasing into a permanent church home. But if you’re unsure what resources exist to help you find that new church home, instead of being an exciting…Read More
Church Real Estate Listings: Buy or Build?
Wondering if you should buy or build your next church? Scouring commercial real estate listings for a retail space or other nontraditional church building? Dreaming about turning your church’s very own patch of raw land into the perfect place for worship and community? These are problems faced by many growing churches, and the solution lies…Read More
Using Church Realty Services to Find Your New Church Home
Is it part of your mission to establish a church in every community? Or to renew church presence that has faltered in a certain area? Or is your existing church community growing, but you’re busting at your current building’s seams? Have you outgrown your lease space, or its configuration is no longer meeting the needs…Read More
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