Category Archives: Websites and social media

Guidance on using social media

The National Churches Trust Resource Centre has links to various guidance on websites, social media and setting up a Facebook page

100 Ways to get your church noticed

100 Ways to get your church noticed by Neil Pugmire. First published in 2006, this book is packed with simple, good advice and ideas for generating publicity for your church and its mission. Republished in 2014, it now includes extensive new material on using social media. Published by Church House Publishing ISBN-13: 9780715144671

Divine Inspiration

Divine Inspiration began in July 2006, based in the Diocese of Coventry and was funded by English Heritage as part of the Places of Worship Support Officers funding programme. It acknowledged that church buildings were held in trust for all people to explore and enjoy, of all ages and any spiritual persuasion. They are full […]

Top 20 tips for church web sites

Who is your website aimed at? Most church sites unwittingly exclude people through choice of language and content – avoid ‘churchy’ jargon! Think about how you communicate with different target groups: church members, uncommitted local people, visitors interested in heritage, events, or other special features.   Church is people: if church is historic or has […]

Church Websites

By now, most people will have had direct contact with the Internet and the World Wide Web. This note is aimed at readers who have yet to take the plunge and create a website, or who have had a go themselves or via others in your church or organisation, and would like to take a […]