The world has become technologically advanced and has not slowed down. When people search for information, they tend to use the internet. Small businesses have websites and these are the tools they use to get customers and grow their business. The church, no matter its size, can also use the internet as a tool to grow in membership.
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Here are some reasons your church needs a website:
- This website helps to attach the worship of the god and changing lives through the love of Jesus. The church loses members every year for various reasons including relocation, death, etc. If members are lost and nothing is obtained, then church membership will decrease. The website can be used as a strategy to find new members. On the one hand, this is like advertising your church.
- A website will allow people to learn more about you. When people search for churches to attend and they use search engines, your website will appear and they can use it as a brochure to see what you have. They will have access to all relevant information such as your location, mission, vision statement, pictures of community outreach events, etc.
- The website is convenient for the public because of the ease of use and information available. By offering comfort and reference, your church can ultimately add value to your member experience and a greater level of satisfaction.
- Even when the church is not in service, people must be able to access their services. The website allows members to stay "connected" for a week.
- If I miss the church on a Sunday, I lose important announcements and updates. A website can help to communicate weekly bulletins to regular participants.
- A website can make members connect with each other to pray and encourage even a week. Being able to interact regularly helps build unity.