15 Christmas Gift Ideas for Church Communicators

*Some links below are affiliate links, which means I will make a small commission if you purchase from them with no extra cost for you. 

Some people are really hard to Christmas shop for.

Church communicators are a weird niche of tech geeks, creative artists, pastors, nerds, and even a few android users. Just kidding, there aren’t any nerds. 

So for Christmas this year, I thought I’d make an easy page for you to reference that church communicators could just send to their friends and say “just anything on this page would be good for Christmas.” 

Christmas gifts that are subscriptions, etc.

50% off Their First Month of Church Media Squad

Get half off the first month on an unlimited design subscription to Church Media Squad. They really do mean “unlimited” too. Sign them up HERE.

500 Message bonus to Sign up for Text in Church

If you sign up for a plan with Text in Church (one of the best guest follow up platforms out there), you’ll get a bonus of 500 free messages added to your plan just because. This is a great gift for Christmas since there will be tons of visitors visiting churches over Christmas and Easter. Get it HERE.

Subscription to Church Marketing University

In addition to the free Instagram course, CMU has a ton of great resources for church communicators and they are adding new stuff monthly. Use the link here for the free Insta course, but sign them up for the whole thing and truly bless their lives. Get it HERE.

Gadgets and Tech Christmas Gifts

Multi-Adapter for USB-C Macbooks

With Apple’s new “dongle life” approach to laptops, a multi-port hub is essential. This one is pretty inexpensive and has everything you need.

Adrawpen Stylus Pen

For your designer or artist who likes to sketch things out on their iPad, this pen gives the feel of an actual pencil and is fully rechargeable. 

Adjustable Laptop Stand

Communicators work at all hours of the day and night, so this stand is great for working in bed or in your favorite recliner.

Other Stuff

A Shirt from my Store

I know, I know, shameless plug. Give a great Christmas to your family and mine! Lot’s of fun shirts aimed at communicators here. Go HERE

Card Game: What Do You Meme?

A game for the family (after taking out a few cards, fyi) in the vein of Apples to Apples but based on Memes! There is an expansion pack too for new memes. It’s lot’s of fun! 

Desktop Punching Bag

For those moments when you want to punch a coworker, but there are laws against it. So instead, punch this!

Coffee Mug Warmer

I hate cold or lukewarm coffee. Keep your mug warm for those long hours.

Floppy Disk Paper Pad

A retro-looking paper pad for quick notes and starting up conversations with millennials when they ask “what is that?”

Gradient Puzzle

Super-difficult and yet so appropriate puzzle for social media managers and communicators alike!

Hero Book Ends

Both male and female heroes exist in the church comm world, though we may never know who they are, operating in the shadows, doing a thankless job.

Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug

An amazing book that dives into the human brain which directly relates to marketing and how people process messages.

Logo Design Love by David Airey

Case studies, sketches, logos, tips for working with clients, and everything else you need to know about branding and visual identity.

What other gifts are you looking at for Christmas? Let us all know in the comments!

Comments
  • Vickey
    Reply

    Thanks for this list! A note, though: Millennials are people ages 23-38. Most of us grew up using floppy disks. Gen Z is the group that wouldn’t know why it’s the “save” icon. 😉

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