Did you know you can fully customize the look and feel of a Sharefaith Church Website? Change your website to match your special event like Valentine’s Day or Easter, it’s so easy it can be done in minutes. Continue reading “Make Your Church Website Background, Navigation and Content Look Amazing!” »
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Your website is the cover page of your church. It should not only be the introduction to your ministry but also the source of active ministry. It is a very effective tool for inviting new members and reaching out to those who are searching. I have listed 7 things to include if you wish your website to be a vehicle of growth in your church:
Too often websites, especially Church Websites, fall into the mold of using the same old fonts and never leaving the “Arial/Courier/Times New Roman” crowd. Sometimes the reason is that it’s too difficult to update fonts on the website and the end user has to know a lot of coding. Other times it’s just that custom fonts are not made available or are not possible with many church website providers. Neither of these reasons are the situation with Sharefaith Websites. Churches have the ability to use virtually any web-font desired on their website. Here are a couple reasons to have custom fonts: Continue reading “Font Customization on Your Church Website” »
A church website is a pretty big responsibility. Thankfully, it’s not impossible to keep up with the responsibility. It just requires a clear head about a few things. Here, we’ve collected a list of ten things that you absolutely must not do. After several years of making websites, and watching people commit nearly every violation in the book, there are the ten most-violated and most-important commandments of church websites.
Here is what you should never do with your church website.
At the beginning of a New Year, you probably have some goals for your church — numerical growth, spiritual maturity, greater understanding and application of the Bible, increased giving, deeper relationships, more prayer, strong families, etc. We encourage you to take on a New Year goal that will assist you in achieving your other goals — a new church website.
I am guessing by your interest in this topic that you already have a website. So I don’t need to tell you how a web presence for your church and various ministries, in this day and age, is essential. Your site is the preliminary welcoming committee, the doctrinal statement, a bridge to the church community, a bank of resources, etc. Now that you have a web presence, it is imperative that it is also actively engaging and goes beyond just another medium for reading and viewing images. It must be interactive. Continue reading “7 Awesome Ways to Make Your Website Interactive” »
One of the most visible manifestations of your church’s ministry is your website. It’s worth having one, and it’s worth doing it right. As you invest time and resources into the best church website you can have, you’ll find yourself needing help from volunteers. We’ve assembled a list of the best seven tips for training volunteers to update the church website. Continue reading “How to Train a Volunteer to Update Your Church Website” »
When church leaders get together to discuss, “how can we increase membership?” the first answer is usually not “improve our website!” Although most churches have websites, they aren’t viewed as the church growth solution. This assumption, however, deserves a second look. Continue reading “How Your Church Website Can Increase Attendance” »
By now, just about every church has a website. Good so far, but having a website is not enough anymore. Now, churches must make the most of it. Gone are the days where you could just toss up a website and leave it. Instead, a website is a living, breathing part of your overall effort to reach the community and to spread the good news. Here are some of the top tips for making the most of your church website.
Sharefaith has just released its most powerful weapon yet — a church website powerhouse we call “Sidekick.” This wizardry web innovation is going to change the way you work on your church website. Sidekick is nothing but raw, technological, ahead-of-its-time, genius-infused website blessing. Let’s see what it can do.