Grace Communications has 3 primary responsibilities:
1. To create a consistent expression of Grace. The person in charge of communications ensures what arrives in an inbox, lands in someone’s hands or hangs on the walls of Grace, looks and sounds like Grace.
2. To reflect this expression within the broader community.
3. To assist leadership in the dissemination (not creation) of information regarding
the happenings of Grace.
4. Grace Communications is committed to connecting community and faith, within and beyond the walls of Grace.
In four words, the office of Communications: Reviews. Approves. Refines. Connects.
AREAS OF COMMUNICATIONS
Beginning March 12, all announcements on Sunday will require approval in advance by our Priest In Charge, Joan Anthony. Please contact Joan by Thursday each week by email and please keep your time speaking to under one minute.
News generation is a collective effort, funneled through the Communications Office. Communications at Grace requires balancing numerous important events in the lives of a wide variety of Grace members. Content is gathered and developed by Ministry Heads, Leadership and Clergy. The Communications office reviews, refines and prioritizes this information to create a consistent voice and fair, timely coverage.
Please submit your press-release/articles for publication in either MS Word, Mac Pages or in the body of your email. We will run articles up to 100 words in the eNews. Longer pieces will be linked to a post on our website.
If you are publishing a list of names, please confirm spellings and last names, email addresses and phone numbers using the OnRealm Directory. Please note that often times Communications makes edits to increase clarity, add consistency or to help with publication space fitting.
Submit copy by Tuesday at Noon for the end of week issue.
Send to: Communications Coordinator.
For special Projects, please submit the form below. Thanks!
Request for Communications Work
Thank you for your request. I will review and get back to you soon.