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Across the nation, Methodist churches are publishing their own cookbooks to create lasting keepsakes or raise funds for worthy causes. A collection of recipes and remembrances from your congregation can preserve history, welcome new members, and create a renewed sense of unity within your church. Plus, Methodist church cookbooks are fun, affordable, and all members can participate.
Perfect Keepsake & Successful Sales
Selling your Methodist church cookbook is easy. Unlike other cookbook publishers, our 86 years of expertise as a cookbook printer and No-Risk Guarantee will ensure your Methodist church fundraising cookbooks are a huge success! A few reasons why a cookbook fundraiser is so successful include:
Cookbook sales remain strong because more people cook at home.
Recipe contributors create built-in buyers, while many others buy to support a good fundraiser.
Sell church cookbooks for 2–4 times their cost to easily raise $500–$50,000.
Methodist church cookbooks can be sold at cost for an affordable and lasting keepsake for your members.
Many church groups can benefit from a church fundraising cookbook:
preschools & daycares
choirs & worship teams
Making a Cookbook is Easy!
Learning how to publish a cookbook is a piece of cake with our 8 easy steps. Your Methodist church fundraiser cookbooks will capture the spirit of your congregation.
With Morris Press Cookbooks, publishing a custom Methodist church cookbook is fun and easy. Friendly cookbook publishing consultants are always ready to assist you. Our goals are simple: to make publishing a Methodist church fundraising cookbook fun, rewarding, and highly profitable!
"I want to thank your company for helping us publish our cookbook…We have had many wonderful comments. I have heard several times that it is the best church cookbook [people] have seen."
United Methodist Women