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This information can also help you reach out to newcomers and meet their needs and interests, such as religious education program information or social justice involvement. This can help them find a meaningful connection within the congregation when they feel ready to become involved.
Making a name tag for newcomers signifies that you want them to meet others at your church, as well as giving you the chance to track how many return guests you have. When you know how many are returning, you can better determine how welcome you are making people feel at your church.
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Last updated on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.
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