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10 Real-Life Examples of Goal-Oriented Church Website Design Process

Successful websites have one thing in common—and it’s not that they “look good.”

Websites that put values, goals, and data first consistently perform better, and church websites are no exception. But we know churches have different types of goals than a typical business, and church website users have different needs than an average user.

So what’s a church to do?

It starts with self-evaluation and with your goals, your vision, and your visitors’ needs. The aesthetics will come later—we promise.

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Looking for proof? Then look no further. Here are 10 real-life examples of churches who used a goal-oriented church website redesign approach:

Small Group Finder

Emmanuel has 3 campuses with over 80 small groups. With so many options, finding a Connect Group can be a daunting task. The integrated Church Community Builder (CCB) makes it easy to filter by campus, type of group, focus, meeting day, zip code, and a filter to ensure childcare is available. The embedded Google map gives a clear picture of where Groups are located.

Growth Track

Victory has a Next Steps drop-down menu allows visitors to get involved in a variety of ways including taking part in their Growth Track program, joining a small group, or serving on a ministry team. Their 4-step Growth Track is designed to help new people get connected, grow, and make a difference in the world.

I'm New!

Seacoast Grace Church's "I’m New" page takes visitors to more critical content including service times, what to expect, information about ministries and programs, and a Meet the Pastors section. The clickable icons make it easy for newcomers to know what to expect on their first visit.


Hope Church Las Vegas created a "Go Time" Mobilization page to make it easy for visitors to find out about all the opportunities to engage cross-culturally. Through video and attention-getting images, Hope Church strives to get people excited about mission opportunities. The buttons allow visitors to learn about mission opportunities on a local, national, and international level.

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