Brochures can be used to let people know about your small groups and different ministries you offer at your church. Choose from our multiple paper stocks and folding options to create an effective communication tool for your church.
- 6 paper stock options including glossy or matte uncoated
- 9 standard sizes (or custom sizes available with Custom Trim option)
- Multiple folding options to fit your exact project
- 3 tabbing options if you are mailing your brochure
Layout Templates for Church Brochure Printing
Need layout help? Choose one of the layout templates below. You will find the right layout template for your project no matter what fold or size you use. Even if you’re a pro at graphic design, it’s a good idea to use these layout templates, so you can check your dimensions and ensure your brochures print correctly on our presses. Simply download the appropriate file from the list below.
View Church Brochures Layout Templates
Need help with our layout templates?
Please refer to our guided layout instructions.
Mailing Services for Church Brochures
Save time and money by letting us take care of mailing your brochures. Our mailing services option for brochures includes processing the list, duplication removal if requested, CASS address certification, inkjet addressing and postal presorting for automation rates. The post office requires brochures to be tabbed when mailing, so be sure to select tabbing when you are ordering your church brochures.
For details about mailing requirements such as size and tabbing specifications, read our Brochure Mailing Requirements.
Marketing Ideas for Church Brochures
A brochure can give a lot of information without overwhelming the reader, because they provide it in an organized and compact format. This makes it an ideal way to showcase your business.
- Tell the story of your company – Give more than just your name and slogan. Tell the story of how you started and why you are here. Showing the personal side of your business will make your customers feel welcome because they already know you.
- Explain a popular service – Show how a particular service can be useful to your customer by giving them specific examples.
- Illustrate how your product works – When a photo isn’t enough, more room for a product demonstration can come in handy.
- Detail an upcoming event – Include a schedule and full details of an upcoming event so anyone interested will hold onto your brochure for the information.