Ekklesia 360

Countdown to Easter: How to Use Your Website to Promote Easter

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays in the church. It’s a time to celebrate and rejoice in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s the miraculous event that the entire Christian faith rests upon. 

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Topics: Best Practices, Strategy

2020 Church Communication Planning

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

As a church communicator, you know that there is no down season. In fact, before you even start promoting your next upcoming event, chances are you’re already well into planning the one after that, especially when it comes to the holiday season and...

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Topics: Best Practices, Strategy

Top Custom Church Websites Launched in 2019

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

There’s no better time than January to step back, reflect on the past year, and get excited about what the new year will bring. At Ekklesia 360, that means acknowledging the outstanding church websites and pages our ministry partners launched last...

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Topics: Design, Best Practices, Strategy

5 Inspiring Church Websites That Launched Recently

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

If you’re like most church communicators, then browsing church websites may feel like a hobby at this point. What are successful churches doing? What are the latest design trends? How can you incorporate what you see on your church website? All of...

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Topics: Strategy, Featured, ChurchComm Stories

Building a Strategic Church Website

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

Building a church website without strategy is like an architect building a building without a floor plan. Chances are it’s going to be messy, ineffective, and even detrimental to the original purpose. Church website strategy isn’t just something that...

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Topics: Design, Strategy, Ministry Insight, Featured

8 Ways to Promote Prayer at Your Church

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

Corrie Ten Boom, a Holocaust survivor, once said, “Don’t pray when you feel like it. Have an appointment with the Lord and keep it. A man is powerful on his knees.”

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Topics: Design, Best Practices, Strategy

Creating a Church Visitor Welcome Kit on Any Budget

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

First impressions matter. This probably isn’t new or shocking to you as a church leader, but it should guide the way your church approaches first-time guests. Aside from helping guests feel welcomed and included, one way churches make a great first...

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Topics: Strategy, Ministry Insight, ChurchComm Stories

Common Church Communicator Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

Working as a church communicator is not an easy task. Whether you’ve been in the role for years or just days, you’ve probably felt overwhelmed, overworked, and like your to-do list is never-ending. As we’ve talked to church communicators, we’ve...

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Topics: Best Practices, Strategy

Six Tips For Your Church Website’s Children’s Ministry Page

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

The moment someone walks into your children’s ministry, they immediately form an opinion based on safety, security, cleanliness, etc. It’s very important for you as a church to make sure you get right. This same mentality transfers to your children’s...

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Topics: Strategy, Ministry Insight

Church Events People Will Love

Posted by Ekklesia 360 Team

Church engagement is a highly coveted thing. Only 43 percent of all Evangelical Protestants are considered active Christians, according to a study conducted by Pew Research. Considering the amount of time and effort churches put into every time they...

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Topics: Best Practices, Strategy, Ministry Insight