Posted on April 13, 2020

​25 Website Ideas for Your Church

Posted on April 13, 2020 by .BIBLE Registry Categories: Examples, Online Presence, Spiritual

Is your church utilizing microsites?

A microsite is a great web solution for churches to convey a broad message with a specific purpose. You can provide a segmented chunk of information to a targeted audience and design it for the audience and content. This way you can avoid the hassle of having to design within the current confines of your main site. When used effectively, microsites can help your congregation find what they need exactly when they need it.

Read ahead and get 25 unique website ideas for your church.

1. Devotions

Write daily, weekly or monthly devotionals and invite your congregation or audience to engage with them online. You can even integrate a Facebook Module so that people can discuss the devotionals together.

2. Easter

Easter is a big Sunday for a lot of churches and organizations. Set up a microsite to share the story of the Resurrection and provide details on your events and services for Easter.

3. Christmas

Christmas is a time of year when people give more generously, seek more spirituality and crave more community. Set up a microsite to share different events you have happening to celebrate and make sure you set up a way for people to give momentarily and sign up to serve!

Read more on the .BIBLE blog: 4 Simple Ways to Add Meaning to Christmas

4. Thanksgiving

What if there was a place people could go all year to share the things for which they are grateful? Set up a thanksgiving microsite that fosters the sharing of gratitude and provides some fun downloads (like the 25 best Thanksgiving recipes to eat all year).

5. Special Sundays

If you have a Special Sunday coming up (like a Launch Sunday or a celebration Sunday), set up a microsite, giving all the details and information people will need to prepare and participate.

6. Building Campaigns

Building projects are a great undertaking for churches, and your congregation is going to want to be able to see the progress and celebrate milestones. Set up a microsite to keep your congregation up-to-date.

7. Bible Quizzes

Have a little fun with your followers, from the elementary age groups to the adults, by posting daily trivia and quiz questions. It’s a great way to engage while increasing knowledge of Biblical and Christian history.

8. Sunday School Lessons

Help parents stay on top of what their kids are learning by providing a one-stop-shop where parents can go to get all the information. Place follow-up questions or exercises that families can do together to reinforce the lessons children learn on Sundays.

9. Small Groups

Why not have a place where people can find, join and learn about all the small groups available at your church? Small groups are such an important part of discipleship and having a central place for learning and joining can remove a huge hurdle for entry.

10. Special Events

Every organization plans special events - from fundraisers to weddings to conferences. A microsite here keeps all information in the same place and can provide answers to frequently asked questions.

11. Vacation Bible School

Create a microsite for your VBS program that covers everything from the curriculum to the policies to the teachers. Introduce everything a curious parent wants to know about your program.

Looking for ways to get noticed by the youth? Check out How To Get Noticed By Gen-Zers.

12. Sermons

Keep all your sermons searchable and within easy reach with a microsite just for sermons.

13. Books of the Bible

Create a microsite for each book in the Bible - perhaps with commentary and reading plans for each.

14. Motivational Quotes

Keep everyone inspired by providing an arsenal of great quotes from great leaders.

15. Conferences

Set up a microsite with Who, What, When and Where of any conferences you’ll be hosting or attending.

16. Retreats

From corporate retreats to church retreats, keep every-

17. Multi-Site Locations

Are you a church or organization with many locations? Set up a microsite for each one!

How can you get the attention of a distracted audience? Try these 4 steps.

18. Guest Speakers

Having a guest speaker visit your organization or your church on Sunday? Set up a microsite with their information, short bio, and a little more information about why you’re excited about their visit.

19. Manifestos

Set up a place where a mission statement or beliefs, your missions, your community goals, and your WHY are clearly posted and publicized.

20. Summer Reading Program

Encourage continued education throughout the summer months when you sponsor a reading program for your attendees and make it extra simple when you promote your microsite as the place to get all the necessary details.

21. Celebrate Volunteers

Showcase your volunteer superheroes in one spot when you collect bios and fun images of your church’s volunteers and post them to your microsite.

22. Youth Group

Your youth group members will appreciate some “web autonomy” with the creation of their own microsite.

23. Community Event

Has your church committed to participating in your town’s hunger awareness 5K or food drive? Send all interested parties to your online home for details about getting involved.

24. Ministry Micro-Spot

Make it easy on your larger ministry teams, like children’s ministry or your worship team, when you declare an online home as the spot to get the latest song or lesson list, pertinent videos, and communication from the leaders to the volunteers.

25. Church-Wide Reading Campaign

Those who are engaging with the Bible consistently are 228% more likely to share their faith with others and invite them to church. Grow your community and grow spiritually by reading the Bible together, and make it easy for the campaign participants when you utilize a microsite as your digital home base.

Check out 5 steps to run a Bible-reading campaign.

Don’t get stuck in the one-website-for-the-whole-church rut. Take advantage of tailored microsites that can be designed to fit your unique purpose. Find out more about microsites at