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Church Website Design Service

Wordpress Based Church Website Design in Devon and Cornwall UK

Lets get your Church Website or place of Worship online asap

Are you a Church looking to get yourselves online? Would you love to have your very own .co.uk or .com website that your Church family can sign in and chat with each other, share photos of events happening inside the Church itself, keep worshippers updated with who the next preacher is, syncing that data with Google calendar etc and more or less? if so, we have a great solution for you. We will build from scratch your very own Church Website, designed and hosted by us, based upon your own preferred colours, logos and fonts etc

Millbrook Methodist Church (Old design)

Heck you don’t even need a computer or an active internet connection to have a Church website

We are more than happy to carry out any website updates on your behalf, simply send us your latest information, photos, video etc and we will do the work this end for you, we will also send you an email once the work has been completed.

Our prices are very fair, we hope you will agree.

4 Page Website

Contact form

Calendar Service that syncs with Google Calendar

12 Months Web Hosting

Free Domain Name

Optional Blog

Just – £399

Stoke Christian Centre Website

Thats our basic price, of course as a media and design business we offer lots of extras

Photography including interior, exterior and from above – Drone photos and Video

Logo design

Professional email service

Video recording of services

We are very open to any suggestions or custom requests you may have, if you would like to ask us something, please send us a message, you can email us regarding church website design by clicking here.

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Website Overhaul – Rev In The House.com

Wordpress Based Church Website Design in Devon and Cornwall UK

Last week we were busy doing a website overhaul for Revinthehouse.com we updated the website using custom CSS and Divi, the results are a much more cleaner, crisper website, my mum was thrilled, seeing its her own website.

The new rev in the house website loads faster thanks to adding a caching plugin in the background, also the entire website is now responsive, so will work on all devices that connect to her website.

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What goes into a WordPress Website?

What goes into a Wordpress Website?

A basic wordpress website can be built by anyone who has basic knowledge of writing a word document or sending an email, but for an actual WordPress website that works well for you the client, there is a lot of work involved.

Web Hosting

  • You’re going to need a suitable web host, personally I use one in the USA with European data centres for fast connections to my customers, also I prefer to use a cPanel and have top notch customer support should anything ever go wrong.

Domain Name

  • Your name on the World Wide Web ie, cornish connect is cornishconnect.co.uk

WordPress latest build

  • Installation of the latest WordPress, some web hosts have dedicated services just for WordPress websites but you dont need it, instead a web host that allows custom installations.

SSL Certificate

  • The little padlock icon at the top of the page near the www. – This is so information people enter on your website is safe. – not just banking and card payments but also if a user uploads photos or writes you an email etc.

Backup System

  • An automatic backup system for your website in case the server your hosting on ever fails, I have this on all our own and client websites plus we also do this manually every time a new article or update is generated by us.

Resized Photos

  • Big photos will mean your website will load slower, you need to resize your websites images, especially if you have a lot of photos ie an e-commerce store.

Plugins

  • Plugins go hand in hand with a WordPress website, you need plugins to do certain tasks, ie a contact form, a shopping cart, a membership area, seo, advertising, caching and many many more.

Theme or Page Builder

  • Are you going to use a page builder or a theme ? WordPress website builders start from £40 a year, themes can cost upwards of £69 each. – Youre lucky tho, we have many licences for both themes and page builders because we have already bought developer licences when we first started out. Also you will want to ensure your website is responsive as in it displays perfectly across all devices that connect to your website, smartphones, tablets, laptops etc

Put everything together, do any tweaking, use a web developer if you need one, register with the search engines and more.

That’s just the beginning, we hope this encourages you to either start your own website using WordPress or to approach for us to do the work for you. If you have any questions, please be sure to comment below.