Multisite church websites need to work for everyone involved. The challenge is meeting the needs of each congregation without sacrificing the continuity and branding of the church website as a whole. In this article, you’ll discover your solution by comparing some major components of each kind of church and multisite. These answers will help you to create the strongest website for your community.
Today, more than 41% of US households have a Smart Speaker in their home. What if churches could communicate with individuals using this kind of technology? What if we could provide daily encouragement and spiritual food for listeners? Good news! Churches are already using this technology to connect with their congregation, and you can, too.
Oftentimes, we can make some very bold statements about how churches feel about technology, what they value, or what tools they are prioritizing. But instead of relying on assumptions to answer, Pushpay decided to ask the technology decision-makers and influencers themselves who are figuring out how to harness technology to help them meet their ministry needs.
In the past, many pastors saw live streaming church services as optional—not a must-have, but something that might be nice. But it’s now become clear that live streaming is an essential part of twenty-first-century ministry. Now more than ever, we know that live stream church services reach people who want to be in church but can’t, won’t go to church because they’ve been scarred or scared, or are searching for a good church.
Live streaming your services can yield significant growth in your ministry. It’s important to ensure your church offers the best live streaming experience for your audience, so here are some valuable tips!
Every quarter, The Unstuck Group compiles all the data collected using our Vital Signs Assessment tool to monitor trends in churches in the United States and around the world and releases it in a quarterly Unstuck Church Report. Churches recently completed the assessment to help us get a picture of where there is health and where churches appear to be getting stuck. We share 3 important findings here.
Don’t we all hope that the online-only days are behind us? But with cool weather, flu season, and a million other variables, we just don’t know what to expect. Would you be ready for online church? Set up your attendees and staff for an easier pivot when you cover your bases and get ready for the possibility of another online church season.
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