Sponsor a Startup Church Plant

Hello friends. I have a few start-up churches that could use some help getting a website.  A website typically takes several months to design, create, and go live. A website’s complete design can run into thousand of dollars, for many years I have helped new church start-ups create an online presence, this is their face to their community and the world. I currently have 3-4 churches that could use the help. Please let me know if you would be interested in helping a new church. Please feel free to share. Also if you know a new church Plant/Start-up and want to add them to this sponsor list, pls let me know.

Sponsoring a new church plant website provides a unique opportunity for businesses and individuals to contribute to the growth and outreach of a burgeoning faith community. By becoming a sponsor, you align your brand or personal identity with the values and mission of the church, showcasing a commitment to community development and spiritual enrichment. 

Sponsoring a church plant website is not just a marketing investment; it’s a meaningful collaboration that contributes to the positive impact of the church on the local community. As the website serves as a central hub for information, engagement, and connection of the new church plant.

The creation of a new church plant website involves several key elements to effectively serve its purpose of reaching and engaging the community. Here are some essential components typically included in a new church website:

  1. Home Page:
    • A welcoming homepage that provides an overview of the church’s mission and values.
    • Engaging visuals, such as high-quality images or videos, to create a positive first impression.
  2. About Us Section:
    • Detailed information about the church’s history, leadership, and core beliefs.
    • Testimonials from members or leaders to establish credibility and community connections.
  3. Services and Events:
    • A calendar or schedule of upcoming services, events, and activities.
    • Information on regular worship services, special events, and any community outreach programs.
  4. Connect and Contact Information:
    • Clear and easy-to-find contact details for the church, including location, email, and phone number.
    • Online forms or links for visitors to submit prayer requests, inquiries, or to connect with the church community.
  5. Online Giving:
    • A secure and user-friendly online donation platform for members and supporters to contribute financially
  6. Media Gallery:
    • A gallery showcasing images or videos from past events, services, and community outreach programs.
  7. Mobile Responsiveness:
    • Ensuring that the website is optimized for mobile devices to accommodate users accessing the site from different platforms.

By incorporating these elements, a church plant website can effectively engage its audience, foster community connections, and provide valuable resources for both members and visitors.