Websites have quickly become a powerful and necessary tool for the church. Every church wants the best church website, as these days more people are finding churches through searching online, than searching through the phone book. However, even if you come up #1 in searches all the time, that won’t do you much good if your website looks out-of-date or just plain ugly. You need to make a good first impression for any potential visitors and your church website will serve as your digital ambassador to the world. The internet has grown leaps and bounds since its inception and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Keeping up with those changes and maintaining a look with the latest and greatest features can be exceptionally difficult. This is where church website templates come in. Oftentimes, we hear the word “template” and think that this means low quality cookie cutter stuff. In actuality, many of the best church website templates are out there that make even professional web designers have to do a triple-take to see if what they are looking at is truly a template or custom design work.
Today marks a huge leap forward in the world of church and ministry websites. Sharefaith’s already popular church websites just launched their new revolutionary Editor Pack. This awesome feature gives incredible time-saving, easy-to-use, front-end content and graphics editing capabilities right within the website. The Editor Pack comes at no additional charge. It’s free to all Sharefaith church website users and automatically included in your website control panel.
Today, fourteen-hundred churches have one of them. The fact is obvious: Sharefaith church websites are incredible. Here are five amazing benefits of a Sharefaith church website you may have never thought about. These reasons alone make it worth starting (or switching to) a Sharefaith church website.
It’s easy not to think of your church website. A church website is kind of an out-there-floating-in-cyberspace thing. It’s not as obvious as five-foot weeds in the church lawn. Weeds are obvious. Rain dripping from the ceiling during Sunday worship is obvious. A big fat coffee stain in the lobby carpet is obvious. But a shoddy, nightmarish website? Not as obvious. It’s not staring you in the face every time you come to church.
The question is, “Does my church need a church website.” The simple answer is “Absolutely yes.” There, you don’t even need to read the rest of the article (unless you want to find out about the important Next Step). But just in case you’re one of those people that needs some explanation, I’m happy to provide it.