Parish websites need to be "mobile first" - here's why

Smartphones are gateways to people. If your parish does not look good on phones, people will lose interest quickly. The first impression counts more than you would like it to. Here is how to make it a good one!

Facebook: an Essential Part of the Church?

Imagine you spend weeks planning a youth event at your church, only for no one to show up. Or envisage countless hours dedicated to organising your Christian Concert, that no one turns up to hear. For some churches, unfortunately this sounds all too familiar. They plan incredibly exciting events, but for some reason the message doesn’t seem to be getting out, and they aren’t reaching enough people.

Meet Carl Landsbert: Every church deserves a great church website

At ChurchDesk we strongly believe that every church deserves a great website and shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. With this in mind I went along to talk with Carl Landsbert from Holy Trinity in Northwood. I wanted to find out what he thought of our website tool.

Meet Stuart Nottingham: All the help available you need

I met with Stuart to have a chat about how it was to get started with ChurchDesk and how they improved their communication within their congregation a...

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Meet Amanda Keighley: It's key how we communicate. What would help us to communicate?

ChurchDesk supports your work and helps you build stronger relationships. We talked to Reverend Amanda Keighley from St Nicholas Hornchurch, Elm Park ...

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Meet Reverend Fiona Weaver: We can improve consistency and continuity by using ChurchDesk

ChurchDesk supports your work and helps you build stronger relationships. We talked to Reverend Fiona Weaver from St Mark's Church, Woodcote, and St S...

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