Johns Creek UMC is a church filled with opportunities. From Bible studies, to ministries, to community events, we want to make sure that the church and community stays informed. Below is the suggested protocol to follow when publicizing an event.

Event Communications Request


I’m Planning a Large Church-Wide or Community Event

Schedule a meeting with Communications Director or complete the form by clicking the button above.

I want to create and print my own material

If you or a volunteer prefer to provide/print your own graphics, it must be approved by the communications office before being distributed. This enables the staff to remain informed of every event that is going on at the church. When our staff is informed, your event can thrive. Please e-mail Communications Director regarding your graphics and communications plan. You are responsible for removing any communications material (flyers, brochures, signs) that you put up.

When creating your materials, please consider the fonts, colors, and standards provided in our Brand & Style Guide.

Be sure to go through the Brand and Logo Toolkit below to download our logo options, and an extensive Brand and Style Guide.

Brand and Logo Toolkit

I just want to share what my ministry has accomplished

Communications isn’t only focused on promoting events. We also want to share the impact that our ministries are having on our church and community. Did your ministry or small group recently deliver cookies to the fire stations, collect money for an organization, or see an increase in participation? We want to share that with everyone through social media and our website, so your ministry can continue to grow! Please send celebrations to our Communications Director or to one of our pastors.

Who do I contact?

Communications and Advertising
Ansley Brackin:

Room/Space Reservations
Dawn Keller:
Please also fill out our Room Reservation Form

Order of Worship Announcements/Inserts
Andy Reed: 

Bridge at the Creek (E-mail Newsletter)
Ansley Brackin:

How do I get my event approved?

Before an event can be advertised, it must be approved by the clergy and the G3 committee. Please contact one of our pastors to begin planning the logistics of your event.

I Want to Help with Church Communications

We are always looking for creative volunteers in the communications department. If you have an interest in photography, video, editing, creative brainstorming, or material distribution please look over our list of Communications Opportunities