Christmas services can go by in a blur—you’re juggling last-minute questions and crises, trying to keep it all together with grace and poise. It’s a tough job, but you thrive in chaos. You might strangle the sixth grade boy who lacks the beard and maturity of Joseph but still got the part, but you’ll strangle him with grace and poise.
In the midst of all that, somebody—anybody?!—is supposed to take photos.
You need Christmas photos for social media, annual reports, and next year’s Christmas promotion. The grandparents who are normally so stingy with their likes will dole them out like candy for the Christmas pageant—but only if somebody takes the darn photos.
You put a lot of work into your Christmas services, so don’t miss this opportunity to get some great photos.
It’s full of reminders and helpful tips for how to get the perfect Christmas photo for your church. Whether you’ve got a blanket of photogenic snow or you need to help out by adding a little Christmas cheer, we’ve got the ideas to help.
Go behind the scenes with pictures of the band, your volunteers hard at work, your staff getting a little slap-happy. Grab the moment itself, your space packed with people, the Christmas pageant kids, the warm glow of candles and rosy cheeks.
Grab our free Christmas photo checklist and worry a little less about missing those photos.
Download the Christmas photo checklist now.
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