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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...

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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....

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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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Shout It Out: Intro to Social Media

Facebook is only 12 years old, and Twitter recently turned 10. Just a moment in time compared to the millennia that the church has been in existence, an institution, yet no one can deny the power and influence of the many forms of social media in such a short time....

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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...

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Featured Client: Presbytery of Philadelphia

The Presbytery of Philadelphia is a long-time member of Worship Times, and we were excited to recently build and launch a brand new site for the presbytery that includes updated design, navigation and other usability features. You might think we get sad when our...

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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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Featured Client: NEXT Church

NEXT Church was formed around the questions that have arisen in a turbulent time in the church. Specifically, as the Presbyterian Church (USA) has seen people and churches leaving for other denominations, or no worshipping community at all, anxiety around identity and...

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The Real Cost of Building a Good Website

You want a new website for your ministry. You want a site that’s clean, organized, but also secure and has the tools you need to share the information you need and tell your story. But now comes the scary part, talking about the cost. We all hate talking about money....

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The Cost of Neglecting Your Church Website

“We don’t need a website.” “Our website is fine. We just updated it 7 years ago.” Have you heard this in your ministry or congregation? Have you said it? Too often and for many ministries, your website is the last thing to get attention. Updates become after thoughts...

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