Mission Matters Workshop: Understanding and Taking Control of Your Church’s Digital Presence


The Rev. Allen Willis has been a priest in the Anglican Diocese of the South for 5 years. He currently serves as rector for Saint Michael’s Anglican Church in Gallatin, TN. In addition to his ministry at the church, Fr. Allen is the Director of Digital Marketing Services for Atiba Software in Nashville, Tennessee and a full-time faculty member at Bethel University, where he teaches Old Testament, New Testament, Basic Christian Beliefs, and Religions of the World.


We all know that people visit our websites, but what are they looking for? How can we create a welcoming, attractive website that provides the right information in the right places?

And how do we get on the right search engines so people can find us??

Join us at Mission Matters for a workshop that is a practical guide to constructing and maintaining your parish’s appearance on the web. Topics will include building and maintaining a church website, assessing your appearance on Google and other search engines, and leveraging social media to expand your parish reach.

Christianity Today reported that “more than 17 million non-churchgoers visited the website of a local church or place of worship in the past 12 months. Yet many sites fail to easily provide the information these visitors are looking for, according to the just-released results of a nationwide research study by Phoenix-based Grey Matter Research.”

Join Father Allen for a practical workshop that will take the stress out of building websites!

Registration is now open for Conference & Synod 2017: Mission Matters. Join us November 3-4 as we explore how local churches can be on mission in today’s world, reach out to our communities with the Gospel, worship, re-connect, learn, and discern together!

Visit the Conference & Synod 2017 site to learn more about speakers, workshops, lodging, and the weekend schedule.

 

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