It seems like everybody has a website these days, which makes sense, since the world is on the web now more than ever. In fact, in 2020 alone, online content consumption doubled, from just over three hours a day to over six hours a day. With so much taking place online, it’s important to have a useful website.  

There are obviously many options to choose from to create a website. As a church, though, you should consider designing your church website using a company that specifically operates with the Church in mind.  

At ShareFaithour website design templates are ministry-focused and curated for churches to accomplish their mission. We provide carefully crafted themes so your church can reach even more people with the gospel through your online content.  

ShareFaith’s website builder has helped over 8,000 ministries create intentional and effective church websites. Check out 5 churches below who are using our new ShareFaith themes for their website. 


Messiah Ministries 


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Theme: Morning Star 

What we love:  

  • They’ve customized the theme with a new color change, giving them a personalized look that matches their brand. 
  • The Ministries page has an effective design where you can browse each ministry and click to learn more. This makes it easier for members to get more involved.  
  • Wednesday Nights is a unique page where the congregation can participate in midweek ministry, which includes classes for all ages, from birth-adult. 
  • Messiah Ministries has a great Stay Connected page to provide resources for attendees to stay up to date via their app, social media, or through weekly emails. 


Verity Church 

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Theme: Hope 

What we love: 

  • Verity’s homepage has clear Calls to Action buttons (as well as headers at the top of the page) for watching online, coming in person, or giving. The opportunity to attend in person or online is great, and the noticeable buttons make it easier for new visitors to choose which option works best for them.  
  • The I’m New page has a clear layout for new visitors, with a helpful map, a whattoexpect section, and a form for questions.  
  • Many people deciding on a new church want to know more about the beliefs and vision of the church. Verity’s About page clearly outlines their goals as a church and explains what they believe. 


Mt. Pleasant First United Methodist Church 


Theme: Sanctuary 

What we love: 

  • The Plan Your Visit square links to a very useful page with key content and drives the new visitor forward with next steps, like baptisms, classes, and small groups.  
  • The Connect navigation menu has useful links for ways to get involved, with the Adult Ministry page highlighting key ways to get connected.  
  • Prayer Requests are set up with the Prayer Cloud plugin, which provides the opportunity for visitors to submit their prayer requests and pray for others.  



lifeway church

Theme: Grace 

What we love: 

  • The use of photos, including staff and the gallery, on the homepage is really engaging. It makes it easy to get a feel for what it’s like to be at the church and part of the community.  
  • The layout of the Ministry page is very clear, which is helpful for people who are interested in getting plugged in and using their gifts for God to serve the church and community.


Second Baptist Church of Elgin 

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Theme: Redeemer 

What we love: 

  • There is a clear Call to Action button which links to the Plan Your Visit page. It includes information on what to expect as well as helpful info about kids’ ministry, which is often the first thing families are concerned about. 
  • This church is a great example of how to display a lot of ministries. They’re separated by category and then they used accordions to list out descriptions and the specific ways to connect.  


These are just a handful examples of how churches are using the ShareFaith website builder themes to further their ministry. Their content is clear, easily accessible, and it’s custom for their specific church.  

Click here to check out more ShareFaith templates and find the one that’s perfect for your church. 


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