Jude 3 & The PCA

Jude 3 & The PCA curates news and articles relevant to current events in, and surrounding, the Presbyterian Church in America. Their website was partially modeled off of World magazine’s website. Jude 3 & The PCA is not an official organization of the PCA, but a coalition of concerned elders. Their site is mobile friendly…

Online Giving

“Here are some ideas and tools to help you take your online giving capabilities to the next level.” Article by Ashleigh Brush.

Online Worship Services (Part 2)

This week, we’re continuing a series that we began last week about online worship services, focusing on stories from churches that made the transition from in-person to online last year. You can see last week’s post for more information about the equipment you may need for pre-recording your services versus live-streaming. As always, you can…

Online Worship Services (Part 1)

During COVID, in the space of a few weeks, thousands of churches suddenly found themselves unable to meet in person and forced to look for other solutions. At this point, most churches are back to meeting in person, a few are still fully online, and many have decided to do both. If your church has…

Top Three Essential WordPress Editing Skills (Part 3): Pages

Pages are the body of a website. This is where your website visitors view content and find information. Learning to edit your pages is perhaps the most important skill for you or your church media team to master.  To get started, click “Pages” under “Dashboard.” Classic Editor vs. Block Editor Over the past few years,…

Best Practices for Church Websites

As a church, your mission in your community can be summed up in six words: welcome newcomers and equip the saints. With that in mind, how can your church website be used as a tool to help you accomplish your objective? Today we’ll give you five ways to move towards your goal by outlining the…

Essential WordPress Editing Skills (Part 2): Menus

This week we’ll be moving on in our series to the second essential editing skill you should learn for WordPress. Last week we talked about widgets, and how to understand, group, and edit them. Today we’ll tackle menus.  To access and edit your menus, you can go to the “Menus” area under “Appearance.” While you’re…