Small Group Leader Profile Card

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Created by Kenny and Elle Campbell of SHINE! Middle School Ministry of The Chapel at CrossPoint in Getzville, NY. FILE TYPES: Editable in Photoshop, plus a PDF to view our finished products. Our ministry is always looking for ways to do a better job of partnering with parents. Because we have kind of a large student ministry, we’ve found that the best way for […]

Small Group Leader Profile Card


Created by Kenny and Elle Campbell of SHINE! Middle School Ministry of The Chapel at CrossPoint in Getzville, NY.

FILE TYPES: Editable in Photoshop, plus a PDF to view our finished products.

Our ministry is always looking for ways to do a better job of partnering with parents.

Because we have kind of a large student ministry, we've found that the best way for us to partner with parents is to train our Small Group Leaders to be the primary link between the church and the family. These Small Group Leader Profile Cards are one super helpful tool that we use to make that happen.

We tell our Small Group Leaders to use these Profile Cards kind of like business cards. They sometimes give them out to students but, most importantly, they give them out to parents. We always have these cards on hand for our Small Group Leaders' use, but we specifically make it a point to hand them out at any parent event - especially at our Small Group Leader & Parent Breakfasts.

 

Each Profile Card gives parents some important information on their child's Small Group Leader...

  • Their name and photo.
  • At which campus and service time they serve.
  • The grade level they work with.
  • Their phone number and e-mail address.

We've also seen some cool variations on this idea that have included brief bios, birthdays, and even personalized notes from each Small Group Leader - all great ideas!

As we explain in the video, these cards have had a ton of really positive effects on how we do ministry, but the most significant has been the effect that they have had on parent and Small Group Leader partnerships. The simple act of a Small Group Leader placing one of their cards in the hand of a parent communicates so much to a mom or dad - that they are committed to their child, they are available to their family, and they are willing and prepared to make an investment that transcends a once-a-week Sunday morning small group time.

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Profile cards for small group leaders that can be handed out to students and parents. Includes editable Photoshop and PDF file.

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Small Group Leader Profile Card

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Profile cards for small group leaders that can be handed out to students and parents. Includes editable Photoshop and PDF file.


Created by Kenny and Elle Campbell of SHINE! Middle School Ministry of The Chapel at CrossPoint in Getzville, NY.

FILE TYPES: Editable in Photoshop, plus a PDF to view our finished products.

Our ministry is always looking for ways to do a better job of partnering with parents.

Because we have kind of a large student ministry, we’ve found that the best way for us to partner with parents is to train our Small Group Leaders to be the primary link between the church and the family. These Small Group Leader Profile Cards are one super helpful tool that we use to make that happen.

We tell our Small Group Leaders to use these Profile Cards kind of like business cards. They sometimes give them out to students but, most importantly, they give them out to parents. We always have these cards on hand for our Small Group Leaders’ use, but we specifically make it a point to hand them out at any parent event – especially at our Small Group Leader & Parent Breakfasts.

 

Each Profile Card gives parents some important information on their child’s Small Group Leader…

  • Their name and photo.
  • At which campus and service time they serve.
  • The grade level they work with.
  • Their phone number and e-mail address.

We’ve also seen some cool variations on this idea that have included brief bios, birthdays, and even personalized notes from each Small Group Leader – all great ideas!

As we explain in the video, these cards have had a ton of really positive effects on how we do ministry, but the most significant has been the effect that they have had on parent and Small Group Leader partnerships. The simple act of a Small Group Leader placing one of their cards in the hand of a parent communicates so much to a mom or dad – that they are committed to their child, they are available to their family, and they are willing and prepared to make an investment that transcends a once-a-week Sunday morning small group time.

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