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What might Non-Christians be looking for when they visit your site?

  • What exactly is a Christian?
  • What are the times of your meetings?
  • How do I get to your church or organisation?
  • Will I feel like an outsider if I visit you?
  • What facilities are there? (e.g. creche, refreshments)

The most important thing is to make people feel welcome. Encourage your visitors to find out the answers to these questions.

  • outline your beliefs in non-preachy, everyday language
  • provide a map and / or directions
  • list days and times of services / meetings
  • give some testimonies from your existing members – show what your church has done for them
  • tell them what makes you different
  • show a few pictures of your church and its members – give potential visitors a ‘feel’ for the place
  • provide contact details including your address, telephone number and email address

Web Content Resources

www.gospelcom.net
Fantastic guide aimed at promoting Online Evangelism

How to Write for the web by John Morkes and Jakob Nielsen

Writing Effective Copy For The Web

Top 10 Reasons for a church to be on the web

Online Evangelism


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