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Combine the Power of Google Calendar + the Display.Church Integration to Elevate Your Church’s Visibility and Attendance

By Piotr Pozniak | January 4, 2024

Over time and with its improvements, Google Calendar has become a leader in the digital calendar marketplace. Google calendars are easy to create and maintain. So, having multiple calendars for multiple needs is a simple process. In addition, your Google calendars can be public (for anyone to access) or private (only for staff, for example). This means you can have all your event information in one app. It’s free anyway…but there’s even a nonprofit package

Reducing ‘Noise’ in Church Event Communication to Increase Conversion – Part I

By Piotr Pozniak | November 27, 2023

Church growth is a wonderful thing! Your membership increases; your events multiply; your ministry is thriving. Congratulations! And yet, as everything gets bigger, how do you continue to keep the connections? The goal of churches is for people to move through the discipleship process. Usually, churches meet only one day a week as a whole…

9 Top Display Church website widget designs for October 2023

By Piotr Pozniak | October 12, 2023

Discover how Display.Church can help you optimize your church website event information with calendar views, group widgets, and event alerts. See how our partners are exploring innovative approaches to promoting church events and enhance their online presence. Get inspired!

New Feature: Event Alerts Webinar

By Piotr Pozniak | July 13, 2023

Join us for our upcoming webinar centered around Display.Church’s latest product, Event ALERTS. Take your event promotion to the next level with this innovative tool designed to capture your congregants’ attention and highlight upcoming featured events. With Event ALERTS, you can easily sync your Breeze, CCB, Google Calendar, or PCO event data and seamlessly display…

Case study: Andy Teare, Crossroads Christian Church

By Piotr Pozniak | July 2, 2023

Andy Teare, Digital Communications Director at Crossroads Christian Church, shared positive feedback about using Display.Church’s flexible embeds in their updated web design and praised the customer service received from the app’s team.

Introducing our new advanced and powerful filtering logic!

By Piotr Pozniak | June 8, 2023

NEW FILTERING Our filtering logic in SETUP has changed. This is how you tell Display.Church which of your church events to display on your calendar or group widgets view (depending on your integration). This new nested logic, along with the use of connectors such as ‘and’, ‘or’, ‘is’, and ‘is not’, allows for an almost…

Case study: Sean Stark, Central Church

By Piotr Pozniak | June 1, 2023

Display.Church is a solution for church communicators to easily keep track of events and promote them on their websites. It links to the church database, allowing each ministry to add their own events while giving full control over design to the Communications Director. Display.Church saves time and effort, and is a better option than manually typing in all the data or spending hours training people.

Event Alerts: Highlights which stick on webpages & in people’s minds

By Piotr Pozniak | March 21, 2023

Since many churches have tons of weekly events, some events—especially those focused on potential guests like Easter—can get buried on your website. What if there is a way you could automatically sync your events and draw attention to the ones which matter the most? Then, once the event was over, the highlight feature would go…

Display.Church: How to embed on your WIX website

By Piotr Pozniak | January 13, 2023

How reliable and eye-catching is the embedded calendar on your Wix church website? Perhaps a better calendar display would increase attendance at your ministry events? And what about your small groups – how much enthusiasm does your website view create? (Are your small groups even on your website?) Why are we asking? No doubt, you’ve…

Display.Church: How to embed on your Nucleus website

By Piotr Pozniak | November 28, 2022

How reliable and eye-catching is the embedded calendar on your Nucleus church website? Perhaps a better calendar display would increase attendance at your ministry events? And what about your small groups – how much enthusiasm does your website view create? (Are your small groups even on your website?) Why are we asking? No doubt, you’ve…