January 20, 2017

Hosting a Super Bowl Party? Here's a few tips.

David Kennedy

Chips & Dip? Check. Wings? Check. Friends? Check. Permission from the NFL? Check...?
The Super Bowl can be a great opportunity for your church to reach out to friends and neighbors. It’s also a great way to build community, but it can be a little confusing knowing how to legally promote and host a party at your church. Thankfully, in recent years the NFL has given interviews with guidance churches can use in navigating copyright issues related to these questions.
Here’s a few tips from David Middlebrook at Church Law & Tax:
• Don’t rent any equipment.• Show the game live in your facility only.• Don’t charge admission.• Be careful about your promotions.
Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/LQuDF3

There’s also a great new outreach tool featuring testimonies by NFL players, including videos from each Super Bowl team captured the week leading up the game. It’s produced by Life.Church in Oklahoma and is made available free of charge to churches and ministries. Learn more about it here: http://footballsunday.com/

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