Calvary Chapel website went LIVE this past week! This church wanted a simple, yet professionally designed website. They also wanted high functionality for the members and visitors of the church.
“Working with ReachRight was a pleasure. They were seasoned, creative, and friendly. They understood and worked with my own desires for the website, incorporating them into their own excellent custom design. I can highly recommend them to anyone who wants a professional and personal touch.”– Lindsay Kennedy
Using forms directly on your site can be of huge asset. Website visitors can submit areas of interests to serve, ask questions and sign up for events.
The Calvary Chapel website wanted to use this feature on a few of their pages. On the Missions page, a website visitor can inquire about serving in the church. They can also request to meet with a pastor or ask a question about serving.
CALLS TO ACTION
Often churches don’t see people respond the way they hope for. Giving a user a direct call to action and having good website content helps to get that desired response.
A church visitor may be more comfortable to fill out a form or prayer request online versus while they are sitting in your service. These website features can allow for more functionality and comfort from a user.
CUSTOM PAGE DESIGN
Calvary Chapel had desired a page dedicated to prayer. Our team designed a custom page for this purpose. A prayer request is submitted through the page and sent to the designated personnel. This page also has some neat design features to connect the flow and personality of the church. You can check out the custom page HERE!
Having a page dedicated to a specific cause, (in this case PRAYER) is unique. This page allows for someone to read why prayer is important to Calvary Chapel and what it will mean to have others praying for them. The form directly on the page keeps this call to action visible and convenient.
Let REACHRIGHT design a website for your church! Let us show you how we can personalize it and help you gain the most from your church’s website.