There are a number of different ways to create these templates for your church. Companies worldwide have been building them for a long time, but often, they'll make you pay for them.
I'll start by saying there is no reason whatsoever to pay for a church bulletin template. There are so many free options that you might as well save your church some money.
Concordia Supply, for example, is a major provider of both free and paid templates, and their free version would work just fine. So why pay for them?
But the question becomes, how do we update them? What software was used to create them? Were they designed in word, photoshop, or something else?
Who really knows... ?
And then you're stuck keeping that software; just to make your bulletins available to church and congregation.
Another great option is Canva! Frankly, in my opinion, Canva is the only option that churches should consider when designing anything.
... Including their templates for bulletins.
But here is the problem with their pre-designed templates, they don't have experts that have worked in and around churches all of their adult lives. And they don't really know what to include.
For example, every good template should come with the following spaces pre-designed
So what did we do...?
The best of all the options!