Communication is everything we do, say or show. We are constantly communicating, whether we mean to or not. As Christians and United Methodists, we need to understand how important communication is to our goal of making disciples for Jesus Christ.
Technology is ever changing and as such the tools for communicating are constantly evolving. To be effective communicators in a digital world, we need to learn and embrace new forms of communication and technology. The simple truth is that brochures and newsletters just don’t cut it anymore.
If you need any assistance with your church or district communication, please contact:
Communications Coordinator Dan O’Mara at email@example.com or 803-786-9486, Extension 260
Production Coordinator Matt Brodie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-786-9486, Extension 265
Who does what?
Here’s a quick glance designed to help you figure out whom to turn to when you need help with communications on any level:
- External media relations
- Internal communications
- Crisis communications
- Social media/email management
- News releases
- Audio/visual support
- Printing services liaison
Dan and Matt also stand ready as a resource for ministries – on the conference level, through the districts and to local churches. Whatever assistance you need from a communications standpoint, we can help.
Still not sure?
Just call or email Dan or Matt, and we’ll make sure you get to whoever can best serve your needs.
Cross and Flame Guidelines
803-786-9486, Extension 260
South Carolina United Methodist Advocate
803-786-9486, Extension 338
National and International United Methodist Church News and Information:
UMC.org (umc.org) – The official web site of The United Methodist Church
United Methodist News Service (umns.umc.org) – Get articles, graphics, and press releases
InfoServe (http://infoserv.umc.org) – The information service of The United Methodist Church