Proudly Using WordPress

For the last few weeks I’ve been stewing over a way to explain why we use open-source software for Worship Times.  More importantly, why we use WordPress.  In my research for statistics, I came across this amazing post by Lorelle that perfectly sums up the “why WordPress” question.  If you’d like to learn more about WordPress and why we use it, visit Lorelle’s blog here.  If you still have questions, please leave us a comment.

Blessings on your ministry.

Hello World! Worship Times is on its Way

You may ask, what is all this chatter about Worship Times?

Simply put? Worship Times is a revolutionary new approach for Church Ministries to establish their presence on the internet.

Corporations spend hundreds of thousands of dollars employing entire design teams to hand craft their websites. As a result, today’s congregations are used to high quality web design, whose tastes have been finely tuned by large organizations who have enough resources to commission a “great website.”

Let’s face it, most churches simply do not have the money needed to commission a “great website.” In reality, this is not an entirely a bad thing. After all, isn’t the church’s first calling to do ministry, not web design?

Unfortunately, however, many churches have been unable to keep up with the advances in web design techniques and are left with websites that are more of a hindrance to their ministries than a useful tool. (Trust us, we have seen some doozies!)

Worship Times has been designed to bring the expertise of full time web developers to church web design while also creating a cost effective solution. The result? You get a a great website at a fair price, making it possible for you to use your budget for mission while using the rapidly advancing web technology to work for you, rather than against you.