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9 Reasons Churches Should have Professional Miami Website Design

Updated: Nov 15, 2019


10 Reasons Why Your Miami Church Needs a Website

While about 96% of pastors use computers at church and many use technologies during their sermons, not that many actually have a church website design. This can prove problematic since millions of church-goers and prospective church-goers search the Internet and their own place of worship’s website each day.

If you haven’t already started building a website for your church, here’s why you’ll want to consider building one.


1. A Website helps the Miami community stay active.

According to research, over 60% of church-goers say that a church’s website is important in facilitating their participation at church CRCNA.org. A website allows them to explore serving opportunities at church, connect with their congregation and community, forward helpful information to others, and more.

If you include valuable information such as community bulletins, event calendars, volunteer sign-up forms, blog posts, podcasts, recorded sermons, social media links, etc. on your church’s website, you provide great opportunities for members of your congregation to stay well-informed and active in what is happening at your church, as well as events and programs your church is sponsoring or organizing.


2. A Website is a good way to communicate what is happening.

Instead of spending tons of money printing out calendars, information about programs, and bulletins, and then mailing them each month or every few weeks, you can simply upload them and share them on your website. Doing this is also better for the environment.

In addition to saving money and decreasing your paper trail, you’ll be able to easily update calendar and program information last-minute on your website in case anything changes. People will also be able to sign up for events and programs online at their own convenience, which will be much easier to organize and track.


3. A Website shares with the Miami community the programs going on.

On your church’s website, you can create a page that includes bios of your pastors and co-pastors, youth pastors, staff, etc. This way, the public will know their backgrounds and what they’re passionate about before stepping foot in your church. They’ll also have access to detailed information about what types of services and programs you offer.

Having such information available online will make prospective congregation members feel much more comfortable visiting your church in person, as they will already have insight into what type of ministry they’ll experience and who will be leading.



4. A Website Can Welcome the Miami Community

You can use your church’s website as a space to extend an open invitation to prospective members and those who are seeking spiritual guidance. Consider designing a home page that is positive and extends open arms and portrays a message of community and hope.

A lot of prospective worshipers may be timid or unsure about attending church simply because they haven’t been to one before. Use your website to put them at ease and express your desire to have them visit your establishment.


5. A Church Website Helps you get found on Google Maps with SEO

Did you know that it’s easy to promote your church’s website online and across search engines through location-based SEO (Search Engine Optimization)? And that including location-based SEO on your website will help more people in your neighborhood or local community find your church online? It’s easy to do and doesn’t require much work to get your church’s website found online. Start by adding your church’s address, contact, and location information on your website.


6. A Website Showcases Your Church’s Miami Community Involvement

Use your church’s website to display the reach and extent of your ministry and inspire others to get involved too, even if they aren’t current members of your congregation. Showcase programs your church oversees or supports within your community, such as afterschool programs, programs that feed the homeless, etc. You’ll especially want to highlight other non-profits and community organizations your church works with often, as well as special holiday events and programs you host each year. You’ll want to showcase that your ministry and community reach goes beyond services hosted on Sundays.


7. A Website helps you provide a secure way to receive digital donations.

49% of all church giving transactions are completed with a card nowadays and 60% of church-goers are willing to donate their tithings digitally. With a church website, you can allow others to donate when it’s convenient for them online. You can include a secure portal that collects payments digitally on your website.


8. A Website increases Miami community involvement.

When more church members know when a Bible study is being held, they’re more likely to sign up for it and show up for it. And, if your congregation can access a member directory via your website, you’ll likely see more active prayer groups and more support from the overall congregation.

Additionally, you can share handouts and information from different groups on your website, so that others can access it and become involved. Overall, with an online presence, you’ll see more engagement from your groups and be able to build an active platform where your community members can really get involved and support one another.


9. A Website Provides links to social media and content.

According to research, people are beginning to search for online church options in staggering numbers. Millions of people want to listen to sermons via podcast or through video. And, millions of people read blog posts too. In addition, about a quarter of the world’s population has access and regularly uses social media.

You can include the type of content that people are searching for already on your church’s website. Consider hosting a weekly podcast, recording some of your sermons, or regularly sharing blog posts, or even short inspirational thoughts on your website—it’s a great way to build your online and in-person congregation, while spreading your ministry.


After considering all the benefits that building a website can bring to your congregation, church, and community listed above, you only need to contact us to start the project together.