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10 Changes to Make to Your Church Website

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A webinar delivered during the October Online Conference with Vibrant Faith Ministries focused on 10 changes to make to church websites. These sites are a congregation's digital front door and should be just as inviting as the warm handshake you get when you walk in the physical front door.

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10 Changes to Make to Your Church Website

  1. 1. Jared Rendell Ministry Associate Vibrant Faith Ministries 10 Changes to Make to Your Church Website
  2. 2. About Me
  3. 3. This session includes: [1:30pm-2:45pm] ? Purpose of a Church Website 10 Key Changes for your website Question & Answer
  4. 4. Chat Question Why should churches have a website? What’s the purpose?
  5. 5. Purpose 1. Welcome 2. Equip/Inform 3. Call to Action
  6. 6. What makes a good church website? Research by: Jeff Needham, Patty Matthews
  7. 7. Change #1 Write a purpose statement and share with staff and leaders
  8. 8. For example… “The online presence of __________________ Church will serve the ministry of this congregation by welcoming new visitors, informing congregation members of important news and updates, and be the go to place for congregation leaders to get equipped.”
  9. 9. Change #2 Add a “New Here” page or button “above the fold”
  10. 10. Change #3 Refresh your colors
  11. 11. Change #4 Use less words
  12. 12. Change #5 Embed a map
  13. 13. Change #6 Integrate (and use) social media
  14. 14. Change #7 Offer resources for faith formation at home
  15. 15. Change #8 Be mobile friendly
  16. 16. Change #9 Use verbs to inspire action
  17. 17. Change #10 Update some content every (or less) days 3
  18. 18. Questions?
  19. 19. Your Coaching Site Design
  20. 20. Jared Rendell 952-607-7648 @jaredrendell jaredrendell@gmail.com www.vibrantfaith.org

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