First Presbyterian Church of Worcester (FPC)  is building a Marketing Team, and we would love for you to be a part of it!

Our volunteer Marketing Team will consist of 3-4 dedicated individuals who will work to spread the word about the mission of our church, including our services, events, Sunday School, mission projects, and more. This team will work alongside Delaney McWalters, our current Marketing Lead. If you have any background in digital marketing, website management or design, social media management, graphic design, event planning, or are just really excited to help out, we’d love to work with you!

Tasks may include:

  • Managing the FPC Facebook page and other social media accounts, including scheduling regular posts, posting upcoming events, basic graphic design / copywriting, basic analytics

  • Managing the FPC website, including updating pages with more relevant information, keeping graphics and photos up to date, adding relevant sign up forms, basic analytics, keeping church calendar up to date

  • Managing any signage for upcoming church events or initiatives, such as Sunday School sign up banners, sandwich board announcements, bulletin inserts, or flyers

  • Brainstorming and strategizing new and innovative ways to bring more people into the church and increase community engagement

Time commitment:

  • Between 5 - 10 hours per week, depending on how busy the church calendar is and what projects we’re focusing on at the time

  • This will be a mostly remote team, meaning we will do the majority of our communicating and task completion online, and meet in person as needed. Team members should have access to their own computer or laptop, and be comfortable with the idea of using technology like Google Hangouts and Google Drive (we also may use tools like Asana, Trello, Canva, and Doodle - you do not need to have experience with these tools)

 

Learn more about our church through our website and Facebook page

If interested, please fill out the form below and we’ll get started!

 
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