Your website is often a new visitors' first impression of your church. Your online presence should match your church's unique "personality," while engaging your congregation and driving traffic to your site.

Check out our 5-point checklist to make sure your church follows best practices:

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Audio quality may be more important than video quality when it comes to live streaming for your church. While most viewers don’t expect Hollywood-caliber post-production sound, there are simple ways your church can improve live streaming audio that your congregation will appreciate.

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According to Barna Group research, 1 in 3 Christians have stopped attending church (both in-person and online) during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Source]

When churches first “closed their doors,” some thought it would be a quick break — but now, it feels like the new normal. If your church doesn't ha...

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When interacting with online visitors, remember the goal is to make them feel as part of the church service as those who are attending in-person. Have one or more designated virtual hosts who watch the live stream and actively participate in the chat.

Here's our to do list for your online host(s)...

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One thing the past few months has made painfully clear is the importance of maintaining meaningful relationships with others when we cannot meet in-person.

While some churches have opened their physical doors once more, we must be mindful of those who still will not be able to attend church activ...

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