Throughout the year, Classis Grand Rapids South has many ministries that share updates. Maat Studio collects and builds newsletters to be distributed at the leadership gatherings. Here is an example of one.
Every quarter we create a newsletter for Classis Grand Rapids South (a collection of churches) that gets sent to all the churches to distribute through both emails and print. Inside the each newsletter is a collection of highlights from the past few months – ministry updates, stories, photos of members through the churches, and much more.
We have, in collaboration with leaders in the classis, created three different devotionals that were made available to all the classis churches (and the general public) so that we could all share together in the spiritual disciplines of Scripture reading, Mediation, and Prayer. These devotionals were made available through printed booklets, daily emails, and daily texts. These devotionals have been …
Each year Classis Grand Rapids South provides a two day retreat for their pastors and spouses. It is a time of rest, quiet, reflection, prayer, singing, eating, laughing – and generally receiving some renewal. Here is a video that we created to show to the churches.
Three times a year delegates from all the churches gather together. These delegates often change and don’t always know how to best participate. mStudio worked with a couple of leaders to create an orientation packet that is handed out to all new delegates prior to a gather to all them to gain a level of confidence about their time at …
We worked with a local videographer to capture time lapse footage throughout the Grand Rapids area. We then took the footage and produced this video to promote on our social media channels and use as background footage on the website.
We design newsletters to be distributed at leadership gatherings and sent (digital copy) to all the churches for them to share with their members. These quarterly newsletters show ministry activities that occur throughout the classis – that can easily go unnoticed by the general congregants.
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