This is the tale of Pastor Allan and the Church Bulletin Templates. Pastor Allan was an average pastor, or so he thought. His 90-member congregation took a lot of time, a lot of effort, and some occasional tears. As the only paid staff member, he was forced to a lot of the work himself, including “secretary” duties. That’s where things took a turn for the worse.

Pastor Allan decided that the church would start using a church bulletin on Sunday mornings. It would be kind of nice, right? Put down some announcements, Bible verses, sermon outline. This is what churches do. All that was necessary was to sit down in front of the computer, jot down some church bulletin stuff, and print a few copies, right?


After several hours, Pastor Allan was still engaged in the epic struggle of good and evil. He was trying to make a bulletin — just a simple, straightforward, no-frills, church bulletin. The evils of Microsoft Word were conspiring against this noble task. The fate of the church bulletin seemed doomed to failure.

The Impossibility of Church Bulletin Templates

Maybe you can sympathize with Reverend Allan. I know many pastors, secretaries, and volunteers who struggle with creating good-looking church bulletins on their computer. It’s hard to create a good design, print it in such a way that you can fold it to make a sort of a booklet thingy, use attractive type-face, and all the other stuff that church bulletins are supposed to do and be.

Purchasing preprinted church bulletins is, of course, an option. However, the selection is limited, the cost is high, and the problem of customizability and convenience again becomes an issue.

There is a better way.

Sharefaith and the Simplicity of Church Bulletins

Sharefaith has developed an innovative solution to the problem of church bulletin templates. We recognize that church bulletins are difficult to design and customize. We know that high blood pressure can be damaging to your health.

The solution is to create a simple bulletin template model that can be used in the most common software and by the most technologically inept. In each church bulletin, Sharefaith includes a page of tips for preparing the bulletin so it will look good, and function flawlessly.

All that is needed to prepare the bulletin is to download it, edit it, and print it. Gone are the hours of frustrating battles with margins, page borders, print order, and resizing.

Each church bulletin is available in five formats:  EPS, PNG, JPEG, MS Word (Doc) and MS Publisher (PUB). Bulletin templates are designed in the classic bi-fold model. Each design is created with brilliant color, eye-catching designs, and professional formatting. Plenty of room is provided on each bulletin for custom options and enhancement.

Church Bulletin Templates and the End of the Epic Battle

Thankfully, the tale of Pastor Allan has a favorable ending. On a whim, he decided to Google his problem. True to form, Sharefaith came up in the search results. A few minutes later, Pastor Allan’s blood pressure had dropped, his sanctification was stronger, and his church bulletin was rolling off the press.

View Sharefaith’s extensive collection of church bulletin templates. 

About The Author

Daniel Threlfall

Daniel Threlfall has been writing church ministry articles for more than 10 years. With his background and training (M.A., M.Div.), Daniel is passionate about inspiring pastors and volunteers in their service to the King. Daniel is devoted to his family, nerdy about SEO, and drinks coffee with no cream or sugar. Learn more about Daniel at his blog and twitter.

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