The Ultimate Guide To Using Instagram For Your Church

When your church decides to go social, your first stop is probably Facebook, but what about Facebook’s other social network – Instagram. That’s right, Facebook actually owns both, so why not promote your church on both? Using Instagram for your church is fairly easy once you get the hang of how to use the platform. It’s a much more visual network, which is why many churches shy away. However, don’t let change hold you back from taking full advantage of Instagram. It’s a goldmine for churches and a great way to continue expanding your online reach. Why Instagram Matters If …

Top 100 Best Church Websites of 2018

Top 100 Best Church Websites of 2018

Looking for some church website design inspiration? We have compiled a list in no particular order of the Top 100 Best Church Websites of 2018. We scoured the world to find the absolute best church websites on the planet. Your church website is the front door and these 100 churches are knocking it out of the park! Our team at REACHRIGHT loves helping churches use their online presence to reach more people. If your team is looking for help, drop us a line and let’s start a conversation about your church website today.  1. Good News Church http://goodnews.church/ What We …

5 Foolproof Ways To Reach Unchurched Young Adults Online

If your church isn’t online, it might seem like it’s impossible to reach unchurched young adults. The truth is, churches need an online presence to better reach this demographic. Even though they’re unchurched, many of these young adults aren’t opposed to church. They either aren’t interested in attending an actual location or already have other commitments. However, they still want spiritual guidance. Thanks to the Internet, you now have foolproof ways to ensuring your message reaches today’s younger adults. It’s a powerful tool for reaching those that once seemed unreachable. 1. Make Your Church Easily Accessible This is the most …

How The Internet Has Revolutionized The Way Churches Communicate

It’s undeniable that the Internet has changed the way churches communicate. Gone are the days of a few conversations after church, only to see members again during service hours or special appointments. Now, it’s easier than ever to send an inspirational message in a few clicks or ask for prayers from hundreds of miles away. The possibilities are seemingly endless. While it’s true that some believe the Internet has hurt churches, the digital world has actually opened up more lines of faith-based communication than ever before. Reach Members Any Time Your members come to church to worship together, but they …