One of the most important parts of a church’s media is their website. In 2014, this is the front door of your church and you can guarantee that people are going to judge your ministry based on your site. You may have an awesome worship set and epic sermon planned, but if a newcomer first sees a ragamuffin website, they’ll never darken your doorway to hear them.
A lot of you already understand the importance of a quality website, but have had a hard time finding a designer. In fact, that’s one of the most frequent questions that hits our inbox at TCP. Because a custom website requires a lot of hours and hard work, they’re usually too costly for church budgets. Instead, I would recommend using a ministry-minded, template-based company where you can still get a great looking site for a low price.
Here are five companies to check out for your church’s website:
ShareFaith.com – $49/month or $499/year
FaithConnector.com – $250 one time fee + $54/mo or $540/yr
Ekklesia360.com – $500 one time fee + $60/mo or $648/yr
CloverSites.com – $1000 one time fee + $20/mo
BridgeElement.com – $500 one time fee + $29/mo
Do you use any of these companies? How do you like them?
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Kendall Conner serves as the Creative Pastor at Piedmont Chapel in Greensboro, NC. He is a graphic designer, video editor, and all-around media geek, but above all enjoys seeing lives changed. Together with his beautiful wife, Holly, they strive to use media to spread the message of Christ and equip others for ministry.