Visiting your website should feel like stepping onto your church’s property. This is especially true when you’re thinking about catering to a first time visitor. It’s been said by many folks, including myself, that your church’s website is your new front door. So here are a few things you can do to make your site a little more visitor friendly.
Why should we really consider this? It’s all about removing barriers. If someone is thinking about coming to church for the first time (or the first time in a long time) there’s nervousness. If we can give a full picture of what our church is like, it settles some of those nerves and hopefully will make it easier for that person to take a step through your front door.
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What ways does your church remove barriers for new-commers to hear the Gospel clearly? We want to hear what you have to say via commenting below.