We believe every church should have the tools necessary to create a dynamic and effective avenue for ministry online. Your church should have a website that reflects your unique qualities, and doesn’t compromise because you are a ministry on a tight budget.
We also believe the person best able to update your church content is you. You shouldn’t have to wait on someone with “web design” skills to change text and images on your site. You should be empowered to make those changes yourself. Your ministry leaders should feel just as comfortable changing their portion of the website as they are sending an email, or typing a letter in Word.
If your church is like any number of other vibrant, growing congregations, you may find it difficult to coordinate activities, keep up with members and minister to the community. What can you do to ensure that the needs of your current members are met while at the same time promoting evangelism and public outreach?
How? churchMpower has been designed to help you meet the needs of your community AND your congregation by utilizing the power of the Internet. churchMpower puts the power to maintain your Internet presence in the hands of those who know it best – your church and committee leaders. Thanks to this advanced program, you'll be able to create, edit and manage all aspects of your church's daily life.
"But we're a church, not a business. Why do we need a Web site?"
Your church is a living, breathing, dynamic presence in your community. You have dozens, perhaps hundreds of meetings, events and worship services each month. Your Web presence with churchMpower will enable you to track it all, while easily keeping your congregation informed.
churchMpower helps you to overcome two major obstacles to Web updates of the past: Ability and Accessibility.
With churchMpower, you have the ability to offer the most current and relevant information to your congregation and your community.
All site administration takes place through a Web browser, with most administration occurring on the actual page itself. Users who have administration rights to a certain area, page or even item on a page will simply see an "EDIT" button in the lower leftt of that page. Users who don't have rights to that page won't see the "EDIT" button.
And, unlike other Web services, your site administrator does not have to handle page creation and content updates. With churchMpower, one "Super Administrator" will be designated for the site. This administrator can then assign "Sub Administrators" to manage only certain portions of the site.
In addition to its flexibility and use within an church, with churchMpower, each page on the site can be made accessible to a certain group, multiple groups, an entire organization or anyone with Web access.
Some of the largest churches in the country are already utilizing the Internet to minister to their neighbors. Whether your church is large or small, churchMpower allows you to provide faith resources to members and non-members alike.