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Update your website for Christmas

If you are a church, you’ll have many people looking over your website considering visiting it for a Christmas service. You’ll also have your regular attendees frequenting your website more as they invite family and friends. What’s more is that other members of your community may be looking for a helping hand or an outreach […]

Church Websites and Front Doors: Part 2

In┬áChurch Websites and Front Doors: Part 1, we posed some questions and offered a few examples of how you can use your website to make that same great first impression that you do with your front door. When you work with DIS | Faithwebsites on a new design or design upgrade, we encourage you to […]

Church Websites and Front Doors: Part 1

Church websites and front doors have the same role. They both serve as the entrance and one of the first impressions of your church. What first impression are you providing? And does your home page on your site look as inviting as your front entrance and church foyer? Every church website leaves some kind of […]

The Tool Box: An Introduction & Featuring Prayer Request Tool

Once you’ve built a site, or updated your design, the weekly grind of maintaining the site begins. Websites must be kept fresh – updated – continually. Each organization can define exactly what “continually” means, but for all, bi-weekly is a minimum, and most organizations should create ways to post new content to their website weekly. […]

Employing your Website as Customer Service

I recently read an article, Customer Service in the Church, and would recommend that you read it too. The article brings out a simple truth that “customer service” is not necessarily labeled that way in most churches, but is vitally important. This brings up some recent conversations I had with a few Christian Schools and […]