Planning and Management
One of the major differences between a church website and other church publications (typically, a magazine, a weekly news-sheet, occasional leaflets distributed round the neighbourhood, posters for the noticeboard...) is your audience.
With printed publications, your audience is obvious, and often you may not even stop to think about it.
With a website, it's different - your potential audience of everyone is only a mouse-click away.
Here are a few notes about
- What's it for? and
- Key decisions to think about before you get started.
Don't lose the plot. You can have the fanciest web technology, the most fashionable graphic art, and the sharpest copy, but if your website isn't true to your church's calling and mission, it won't help.
Last updated: April 2009