How to Make Free Religious Brochures

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If you have been given the task of promoting your church or religious organization, you may want to make your own religious brochures at home. By making your brochure at home, you can control the information on the brochure and produce a small number of the communications materials for free. If you are hoping to mass produce the brochure, you will need to rely on donations of friends and community members so that you do not have to pay for paper and printer ink.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Word processing system
  • Printer
  • Printer Ink
  • Card stock
  • Open up a new document in your word processing system, such as Microsoft Word.

  • Scroll down the "Template" toolbar to the "Brochures" link. Click on the link.

  • Select a brochure template from the templates offered by double clicking on a design you like. Follow any prompts for downloading. If you are using Microsoft Word, the brochure template will open automatically.

  • Type your text about your church or religious organization directly onto the brochure. You also can upload photos or insert clipart.

  • Print your brochure on a piece of card stock. Card stock is a heavier-weight paper than traditional computer paper.

  • Take your brochure to church or to a meeting at your religious organization,and show it to members so that they can get an idea of the promotional materials you are trying to make on behalf of the church or organization. They may offer suggestions to improve it and catch any typographical errors.

  • Ask friends and members of your church or religious organization for donations for printer ink and cardstock. The donations will help you underwrite the expenses of this project. Members can also help distribute the brochures you produce.

References

  • Photo Credit church. Entrance of a church image by L. Shat from Fotolia.com
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