When churches stopped meeting in person…things changed a little..
When the humans leave, nature takes over. pic.twitter.com/SVebCpxkF3
— Bad Church Secertary (@ChruchSecretary) April 16, 2020
Thank you, church staff, for all that you do!
Hahaha. Any other church secretary have 500x more work, now that we’re working from home 🤷🏻♀️?
— Tammy Ward (@Wardfiiive) April 25, 2020
You might have had to make some changes to your small group studies or sermon series.
Really seems like an awkward time for our small groups to be studying “Contagious Christianity”
— Bad Church Secertary (@ChruchSecretary) June 30, 2020
— Troy Irick (@tdirick) March 28, 2020
You’ve probably been on Zoom a lot.
I’ve stopped caring about our zoom meetings looking like the scene from Batman where everyone stops wearing makeup. pic.twitter.com/e0SUecGKuz
— Bad Church Secertary (@ChruchSecretary) April 27, 2020
And taken your church activities online.
The ladies’ knitting circle hasn’t been the same since it went online. pic.twitter.com/ID7kBkkQvI
— Bad Church Secertary (@ChruchSecretary) April 14, 2020
Sorry, we’ve got to get in at least one dad joke.
Doing baptisms by video conference is Biblical.
Remember that the Israelites were baptized in the cloud.
— Church Dad Jokes (@MrChurchGuy) April 1, 2020
We’ve all gotten a lot of experience with worshipping from home.
Hey, sound guy, the live stream music is way too loud again.
— Old Church Grump (@OldChurchGrump) March 22, 2020
But most of us are not at this pastor’s level.
— Brandon B (@_brandonexactly) May 22, 2020
Maybe as you’ve brought people back to in-person worship. you’ve gotten creative with your baptisms and christenings.
We’re discussing how to do a baptism with social distancing, and I still argue that a dunk tank is the way to go.
— Church Dad Jokes (@MrChurchGuy) March 27, 2020
Youth pastors have been preparing for this time for years.
Social Distancing Christening pic.twitter.com/FB5URDgg02
— Bad Church Secertary (@ChruchSecretary) April 1, 2020