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Time to Clean Your Media Library

Time to Clean Your Media Library

Your ministry site delivers a LOT! of amazing content to your visitors -- video 📽️, audio 🎧, and docs 📃... Every now and then, it's a great idea to go in and get everything tidied up a bit. Your Worship Times website comes with an awesome organizing tool for just this...

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How to Create Great Content for Instagram

How to Create Great Content for Instagram

Instagram is an image-based platform that's not only beautiful and fun, but also brings a sense of community. Its users are used to professional, high-quality images and videos, so if you want to grow your church community with Instagram, creating eye-catching visuals...

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Saint Paul Used Social Media

Saint Paul Used Social Media

By Emily Hope Morgan Things have changed with social media. Back in 2005 when I first got on Facebook only college students could get a Facebook account. Even back in 2009 when I started seminary many churches who at that point could get on Facebook didn't want to,...

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Make a Plan!

Make a Plan!

Churches know that they need to have websites, be on social media and share their faith in new ways. So, they do that. Get a website. Get a Facebook page. Get a Twitter account. Get an Instagram account. Get a Snapchat account. Delete the Snapchat account because your...

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Summer Review: Organization

Summer Review: Organization

Many people don’t think much about how their website is organized once the initial design and build is complete, and the website is launched. However, like any system, as people use it, you will find places that your organization doesn’t make much sense, or is...

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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...

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Tips & Tricks: Recurring Events End-Dates

Tips & Tricks: Recurring Events End-Dates

A couple months ago we talked about the ins-and-outs of entering recurring events into Event Manager. There are a lot of great features included in the recurring event option in Event Manager, but there are a few things to remember that we’d like to highlight today:

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What’s the Password?

Recently I reached a new level of friendship with someone I've only known for a few months. She told me the password to her wifi. It's saved in my phone, and even if we have a falling out unless I delete her saved wifi data my phone will still remember it. When it...

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Thou Shalt Ask for Help

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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Thou Shalt Focus on Ministry

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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Thou shalt keep thy calendar up-to-date

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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6th Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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5th Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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4th Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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3rd Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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2nd Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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1st Commandment for Church Websites

The team at Worship Times is dedicated to empowering congregations developing their church websites and digital presence. On November 1 Worship Times was named one of Worship Leader Magazine's Editor's Pick for web development (read more here). So for the next couple...

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Does Your Church need Online Giving?

As churches begin to look toward the annual stewardship campaign, many will be considering whether or not they should add online giving to their website. The answer is yes, if you can. We can take pictures of checks and upload them to our bank account. We use...

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Trying Out New Technology

Yesterday I was asked a very interesting question based on something I had tweeted. https://twitter.com/WorshipTimes/status/412229989438730240 A friend texted me to aks how often new technology should be tried out at church events, and I saw a major mistake in my...

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