Over the past year, people have been online more than ever. Being at home and working from home, our lives have revolved around the interwebs. It’s where we have received our news, updates from friends, and even attended church.
Your website’s homepage is like an ongoing introduction to your church – an essential “first impression” for a new visitor, and an opportunity for your current members to get to know your ministries better and increase their engagement and involvement with the church. Is your homepage a place people want to visit? Here are six improvements you can make to your church website homepage to make people feel at home:
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From online services, to downloadable Sunday school lessons, to virtual small groups, websites are a bridge to the future of how churches attract, nurture, and grow members—both in person and from home. Now, more than ever, it's important to stay plugged in to how to use your church website to give your congregation what it needs.
Just like anything else you do, your church website needs to focus on how it relates to your people. Every church wants to have a website, but just like when someone arrives at your front door, it's important to think through the experience visitors will have when they get there. Your church likely has plenty of opportunities for members to get involved with your church. But how do you make it clear how visitors can become members and how members can further get involved? How do you customize your website to guide website visitors to different opportunities?
This year was not an easy one, but despite the unique challenges of a global pandemic, we’ve seen some churches rise to the occasion and launch new sites! We wanted to celebrate some of our favorite sites that show off how creative you can be with a Clover Site theme.
’Tis the season to get techy! Christmas is not only an important season for planning your Christmas Eve worship service, but it’s also an important season for welcoming visitors to your church. We know that the first place many first-time guests will look before coming to your service is your website.