FaithConnector: Another Great Church Website Solution
In a previous post, I shared about ChurchThemes.com, a great company making church templates for WordPress. I’m a huge proponent of using WordPress for church websites if you have someone that has the skill level to maintain the site. WordPress is powerful, but it also requires someone with fairly strong web skills. For churches that want to focus on the content of the site, without worrying about hosting details, security, and updates, a better solution may be to use a company that handles the hard work for you.
FaithConnector is one of the newer sponsors of my site, and they have a great turnkey solution for church websites. They provide great working websites, with all the features you need for your church. You start with a design template, have it customized with your church logo and graphics, and then add content for your church. They handle the hosting and support for you. I’m really impressed with the number of features they offer. Here are just a few.
Price aside, we built our system for churches and ministries, and that’s why you’ll find church and ministry-specific applications included such as the member directory, ice-breakers, ministries, small groups, prayer requests, eCards, classifieds, courses, and online giving and then many, many more that are more general in nature such as discussion boards, chat, calendar, announcements, blogs, business listings, media player, mobile site, podcast, rss feeds, streaming media, email blasting, photo galleries, surveys and online store.
Pricing starts at $45 per month and a $250 startup fee, but you are buying peace of mind when you go with a company like FaithConnector. The video below shows a sample of what FaithConnector is doing. If you are looking for a quick and easy website solution, then this may be for you.
Disclaimer: FaithConnector is a current sponsor of this site and the links in this review are affiliate links. I have not personally used FaithConnector, but I am impressed with the demo videos and the sites they currently host. I am always looking for good technology solutions for churches, and I believe this is a good solution for many churches. You can see my full disclosure policy here.