Entries by Megan Hansen

Church Management Software and a Worship Times Plug-in!

One of the most frequent questions we have heard from members and prospective members in the last year is about church databases or church management software (CMS). Specifically, people are looking for web-based solutions that will also integrate with their websites. Tracking membership, giving and attendance at the very least are not just about counting […]

Summer Review: Accessibility

This week, we are honored to hear from a guest author, the Rev. Laura Bratton, about the importance of making your websites accessible to those with different physical and mental abilities. Rev. Bratton is a coach and consultant who works with people to face difficult situations with courage. You can find out more about Rev. […]

Summer Review: Organization

Following up on last week’s post, we are talking about doing some website review and cleanup as we close out the summer. Last week we talked about getting rid of old and outdates information and photos, and this week we want to talk about your website’s organization. Many people don’t think much about how their […]

Summer Review: Old Stuff, New Stuff

As the rate of support requests increases at Worship Times, we can tell summer is winding down for our member ministries. Vacations are ending, Fall programs kick-offs are on the horizon, and people are looking to clean up their websites. This is a perfect time to kick off our end-of-summer blog series on reviewing your […]

Introducing: Jennifer Haley!

Things are getting exciting at Worship Times! We have a lot of new members, and together we are engaging in exciting new forms of digital ministry. As we grow our membership, we have been looking for the right people to add on our Worship Times team so we can continue to meet the needs and dreams […]

So, You’re Ready for a New Website: Content

A Good Church Website Communicates: A reflection of who your church is. Your commitment to communication in various forms. Your awareness to reach outside your walls. Ability to generate discussion and connection. As body language, grammar, and eye contact are to personal communication, a well-designed website is to digital communication. “Design isn’t just what it […]