To share church-related information and the Gospel through modern communications tools.
Ministry description:
The Communications Department is a ministry that provides relevant information to the church and to the community, is an instrument to bridge church and community, is a means of promoting attendance at church programs, as well as a vehicle to propagate the Gospel through modern communication tools.
Our work covers four key areas:
i)   Public Relations: Building, monitoring, and protecting the image of the church and its name, within the community.
ii)  Media Relations: Raising public awareness of the church – its members, its mission, and its message; working to get church activities and events noted in the media; and helping to get the church’s views included in the news adequately and accurately.
iii)  News and Information: Keeping church members informed about upcoming activities, and sharing church news with conference directors and the larger Adventist family.
iv)  Advertising and Promotion: Strategically promoting all church programs and evangelism campaigns to attract attendance.
Our Team consists of several areas including internal and external liaison, graphics and design, audio-visual, and photography.
The Communications Team is here to serve your communication needs. Please let us know how we may assist you. If you would like to join our Team, contact

Key activities: 
Public Relations: Effectively communicating pertinent information relating to the church, its activities and programs to the other churches in the region, and the local community.
Media Relations: Promoting church events in local media, and Adventist publications (e.g.CHRI Radio, Ontario Conference publications).
News and Information: Maintaining an information-packed Web site, up-to-date announcement boards, and publishing the church newsletter, Benjamin’s Voice.
Advertising and Promotion: Creating and disseminating announcements, e-bulletins, promotional material (e.g. posters, postcards, flyers).

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