The best church websites today are mobile-friendly, meaning they work on any device. That eliminates about half of all church websites from our list immediately. Next, the website needs to look good on those devices. A few other must-haves for churches include a contact page with a form instead of an email address to eliminate spam, an interactive map, an interactive calendar, and a sensible balance between static content and blog (news) articles. When you have all that, then you can start to look at images, color choices, image galleries, and other nifty add-ons. The problem is, very few church websites really finish the basics before they move on to something else. What follows is a list of several church sites that have made the right choices in both form and function. lutheranism
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