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15 of the Best Church Websites for 2019

15 of the Best Church Websites for 2019

Posted January 15, 2019 by Bryan Haley

We’ve spent dozens of hours searching the web to find the best church websites in North America. Of course, this is not an exhaustive list, and the list is not ranked in any order. Here are the questions we asked while searching church websites:

  • Does the website have a clear target audience?
  • Does the content and imagery of the website communicate clearly to its intended audience?
  • Is the website clear from distractions that take away from reaching the intended audience?

Based on those three questions, we put together a list of 25 of the best church websites in 2019. Here are 15. Want to get the full list and our evaluation of each website? Download our free resource, “The Church Website Guide,” here.

 

Church of the Redeemer

 

Good News Church

 

CrossPoint Church

 

River City Church

 

Fellowship Church


 

Antioch SLC


 

Central Church


 

Grace Toronto Church


 

Hope Covenant Church


 

Ezra Church


 

The Village Church


 

Kensington Church


 

Radiant Church


 

Engage City Church


 

Hill City Church

 

You can see all 25 of the best church websites, as well as what we find valuable with each website, in our 2019 Church Website Guide. Click here to get the ebook for free.

 

What’s your favorite church website?

 

 

Filed under: Branding, Marketing, Website

About the Author

Bryan Haley

Bryan joined the ReFrame Media team in 2017 with a passion to help churches reach people with the gospel using effective church communications. As producer for Church Juice, Bryan helps congregations energize their church communications by overseeing the Church Juice blog, publishing in-depth ebook resources, and developing training on topics like marketing, branding, social media, internal communications, and website development.

Bryan brings years of communication and outreach experience gained both in full-time church ministry and the field of church website design. Bryan and his wife, Denae, enjoy Michigan summers, Detroit sports, and family time.

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Comments (3)

  • Joe Gallant
    6:21 AM
    Mon, Feb 25, 2019

    Some really nice looking sites here, and the good news is that none of them are overly complex. All of those designs are achievable for churches, with the right help or advice!

  • Evan O'Donoghue
    4:24 PM
    Sun, Mar 3, 2019

    A great list as always. Here’s my own contribution from Christchurch, New Zealand. https://www.citychurchchristchurch.co.nz

  • Chuck
    9:43 AM
    Fri, Mar 29, 2019

    Looks like your link to Crosspoint Chino is broken. This is what I found:  https://www.crosspointchino.org  Lots to think about in this article. Thanks!

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