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13 Awesome Church Websites Using Themes

Posted by Samantha Decker



Building a church website using an Ekklesia 360 theme is a fantasticless expensive way to create a beautiful site that reflects your church's unique ministry, mission, and style.

One of the reasons churches are hesitant to build a site using a theme is because they're afraid they'll look like everyone else. But the ability to customize colors and images should alleviate that fear. It truly is easy to make your website completely your own. Don't believe us? Check out these 13 real churches that have used an Ekklesia 360 theme.

And don't forget, you can always just try out a demo yourself.
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Highlands Church

Theme used: Spurgeon

Why we love it: This church website is a great example of using an e360 theme—it's unique without adding custom functionality or design. They have clear next steps, beautiful images, and a great events page.





New Hope Community Church

Theme used: Spurgeon

Why we love it: Our theme, Spurgeon, was a great fit for New Hope Community Church’s website. The theme is visually engaging, and highlights the people of New Hope prominently throughout the site. Animations, like those slide-ins under “Community Devotions” give an extra pop to the site without overwhelming a visitor. And, best of all, the most important information is easy for visitors to get to directly from the homepage.





LifePoint Church

Theme used: Wycliff

Why we love it: The e360 Theme, Wycliff, was a great choice for LifePoint Church. The rotators on the homepage are visual and engaging, and the repetition of the words is great for user experience and identifying the themes in LifePoint’s mission. The About Us and FAQ pages are particularly well laid-out and easy for visitors to navigate––especially new visitors who haven’t heard much about the church yet.




Oakwood Presbyterian Church

Theme used: Spurgeon

Why we love it: Oakwood makes it obvious they have a lot going on at their church, and even though their website contains an abundance of content, it's organized in a way that makes it easy to navigate. Users can simply scroll down to find the latest sermon, stories from the people, upcoming events, their blog, etc. Users also have the option of clicking on the easily visible drop down menus at the top of the page to find out more about Oakwood.



Crossroads Church | Douglasville, GA

Theme used: Augustine

The energy of a Crossroads service transfers right through their website and gives a positive vibe for all website visitors. I'm ready for a visit!



Grace Bible Fellowship

Theme used: Augustine

Why we love it: We love the energetic and attention-grabbing video that Grace Bible Fellowship has in the background. It really showcases a vibrant, growing, and inviting church. They also make it easy to find their latest message. Their coming events section is clearly visible and up to date, which is extremely important. Users can also easily navigate their website and get more information by using the slide-in menu.



Christian Life Center

Theme used: Elliot

Why we love it: Christian Life Center makes great use of imagery that shows they are friendly and welcoming. They also do a fantastic job of branding as the green leaves in their logo match the trees at the top of the page, as well as the forest that's in the background of their short welcome video, along with the green clickable buttons. The images, logo, and entire website speaks life, which adequately complements the name of their church.



Glenwood Baptist Church

Theme used: Ten Boom

Why we love it: We like that Glenwood repeats their "know, grow, show, and go" slogan as clickable icons that link to pages giving more information on how this can be done. For example by clicking on the heart, it goes to a page titled, "KNOW Christ." Their rotating images provide information on upcoming events, sermon titles, testimonies, and more. Their "What to Expect" section gives visitors added information about their service, worship style, and what's in it for the kids.



Glory House of Prayer

Theme used: Faber

Why we love it: The rotating images in the header are attention grabbing, and even clickable. Glory House of Prayer makes it easy to find a list of their sermons, which can either be downloaded or listened to. We also like how they put their mission statement front and center followed by clickable buttons and pictures that showcase who they are, what they believe, ministries they offer, and an introduction to their pastors. The upcoming events section is clean, easy to navigate, and up to date.



Ignite Church | Moorhead

Theme used: Spurgeon

Why we love it: I've always loved the sliding elements in the e360 Theme, Spurgeon, as you can see on Ignite Church's website. Scroll down and see how Ekklesia 360 could tailor a site to meet your needs.




Hill Country Church

Theme used: Wilberforce

Why we love it: Simple and clean, Hill Country makes good use of three important elements when creating a website: white space, images, and color coordination. We also like how they use black at the very bottom to give it a bit of contrast and the white text makes important information, such as service times and their address, easy to read. Their color-coordinated social media buttons provide a convenient way to connect with them.



East Cobb United Methodist Church

Theme used: Redesign to Nouwen

Why we love it: East Cobb's church website has all the necessary elements to effectively describe their church and what's going on there. Click on their "New Here" button and visitors will be able to learn all the information they need including directions, what to expect, and how to get involved. East Cobb repeats their main menu at both the top and the bottom of their page adding a nice sense of balance.



Countryside Christian Fellowship

Theme used: Spurgeon

Why we love it: This church website has beautiful images to make a lovely website experience for potential visitors and is very evocative of their place. Not to mention, they have a cool daily reading program!



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