Calling All Churches: Share Your Events With Patch

It's free and easy to post your events on Patch and you'll reach more people than you think!

It's a busy time of the year for houses of worship. Between Palm Sunday, Easter and Passover, there are a lot of events happening.

Don't you want everybody to know about your special services? We do too.

You can add your events to our calendar for free. Whether the events are holiday-related or whether you just want everybody to know when your weekly services are—Patch wants it. 

It's ridiculously easy to do; here's the step-by-step. 

  1. Log in to Patch. If you don't have an account, you have to create one, but all you have to provide is your name and email address. 
  2. Click on the "Events" tab on the top of the page.
  3. At the top right of the Events page, click on the big white box that says "Add an Event."
  4. Give your event a title.
  5. Choose a date, starting time and end time. If your event repeats, check the box that says "This event happens more than once or is an ongoing event."
  6. Under "Where," type in an address or the name of a location. If adding an address, include the city so the site can find it. Once you have a location, click on that location to save it.
  7. Fill out a description for your event. Tell us why people should go and what to expect.
  8. If you'd like to add photos, videos or a flier, click "Choose files to upload."
  9. Choose a category and fill out any other information, such as who the event is best for, the price, a contact number or email address, website, etc.
  10. Click "Post My Event."

If you want to advertise your event in one of those cool boxes on our home page or anywhere else on the site, feel free to contact our . 

If you have trouble posting an event or have questions, email Local Editor Rachel Abbey McCafferty


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