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When is it time for a new church website?

New wine, new website This past Sunday our Pastor (Timothy L. Ramsay, Word of Faith UK) preached an awesome message entitled ‘God has something new for us’ part of a series called ‘New Wine’, based on Luke 5:36 Then He spoke a parable to them: “No one puts a piece from a new garment on an old […]

5 tips for making your church an attractive online destination

Is your church going around the houses instead of entering an open door? According to a study by GlobalWebIndex in 2014 people spent on average 6hrs a day on the Internet, that’s significant! Clearly the world-wide-web is an open door that provides unrivalled access to the people the church is called to serve. Our goal […]

Is your church website mobile friendly?

Why mobile optimisation is so important You may or may not know but yesterday Google released an update that many in the online industry are calling ‘mobilegeddon’ this is what Google had to say about the update on it’s mobile central blog: We’re boosting the ranking of mobile-friendly pages on mobile search results. Now searchers […]

5 ways to put your church website to work

I wrote a post entitled ‘Does your church website serve it’s purpose‘, in which I stated that your church website shouldn’t just look good but it should help achieve your church goals, essentially your website should be working for your ministry. In this post I wanted to elaborate and provide five concrete ways you could (and […]

4 Benefits of hiring a professional to build your church website

There are many reasons we launched SameVine, but it was primarily because we noticed that many churches still don’t have a website, and of the church websites that do exist many are poorly designed and developed. Of course there are some great church websites, but unfortunately this tends to be the exception rather than the […]