Turn Website Visitors Into Church Visitors

Aaron McClung Featured, Online Strategy

Your website is the front door to your church for most people in your community. It’s always open, and always ready to help people learn more about your church. Let’s walk through how your church can better communicate your vision and attract guests through your online web presence. The stats are powerful. Let’s begin by looking at some data related to how …

Increase Small Group Engagement

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features, Featured

Small groups and classes are an integral part of growing in a church community. The Churchrise Small Groups module makes the search and enrollment process easy and simple, displaying groups in one central location on your site, making it simple and easy for members of the church to seek out and find a group or class that fits their needs. In the same …

Cast Vision and Share News

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

Blog posts help keep your congregation up-to-date. All Churchrise sites include functionality to create your own church blog content. Current and prospective members can visit this part of the site to hear directly from church leaders to stay inspired with the Kingdom objectives of the church as well as how that vision relates to upcoming events, milestones, and much more that are …

Introduce Visitors to Your Staff

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

The staff page is always one of the top pages visited on your church website. Visitors want to see your staff before they visit your church. They want to know if there are people like them in your church so they can know if your church will be a fit for them and their family. With so much riding on this …

Broadcast More Content with Widgets

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

A widget is an application that you can place in a variety of locations on any Churchrise website. With Churchrise, these widgets link to both internal sources, like your calendar, and external sources, like social media, in order to display a summary version. The genius of our widgets is that it pulls content from social media channels and other modules …

List Your Events in One Place

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

Churchrise Allows You To Personalize Your Events Calendar We know your church has a long list of events and things happening around the clock. You need a convenient way for members of your church to access an event calendar. The Churchrise platform has an easy-to-use calendar feature. Once you log in to the CMS, you can start creating events to add to …

Churchrise Makes Volunteering Simple

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features, Featured

Churches and ministries rely heavily on the work of volunteers to make all things possible. There are always opportunities for members of a congregation to volunteer their help, whether on a consistent basis or just a one-time event. Churchrise gives you the ability to list all of your available volunteer opportunities in one place. When a potential volunteer visits your …

Deliver your Sermons Online

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

Unlike other template sites, Churchrise was made specifically for a church. A great example of that is how we created our online sermon module. We actually give you the choice between two different sermon modules giving you the option to choose the one that fits your church best. For churches who have sermon series and artwork for their sermons, we …

Simplify Communication with Online Forms

Chris Dumoulin Churchrise Features

The key to starting the communication process with visitors and members is effectively obtaining their contact information. The easier you can make it to gather that info, the faster they will be plugged into your assimilation process, and on their way to growing closer to God and your community. With Churchrise, you have the tools to create contact forms to use throughout your …

Protect & Share Private Content

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

Your Churchrise website is a central resource for all members of your congregation. Sometimes ministries or committees need to distribute content to specific teams or volunteers without displaying it for the entire internet to view. Churchrise Secure Pages allow site administrators to publish content to your church’s site while also limiting access to only people who need that information. If a user tries to …

Delegate Content Updates

Brenna Allison Churchrise Features

Govern Access to Your Site’s Backend with Churchrise CMS Permissions Churchrise takes into account that a lot of people need access to the Content Management System of your church’s website in order to keep the information current and useful to your church. When you have more people involved in that process, it helps keep the site maintained faster which helps your church …

What is Responsive Design?

Aaron McClung Churchrise Features, Featured, Online Strategy

Responsive Design is a term used to describe a specific type of user-friendly, mobile-oriented web design which allows online users the most optimal viewing experience across any device or screen size. You’ve probably visited a handful of websites by now that have been optimized with RWD. Responsive content is easily viewable on any screen size. Content automatically adjusts to accommodate size …