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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…

Display.Church: How to embed on your SquareSpace website

By Piotr Pozniak | November 23, 2022

How reliable and eye-catching is the embedded calendar on your SquareSpace 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 The Church Co website

By Piotr Pozniak | November 9, 2022

How reliable and eye-catching is the embedded calendar on your The Church Co 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…

Display.Church: How to embed on your WordPress website

By Piotr Pozniak | October 25, 2022

How reliable and eye-catching is the embedded calendar on your WordPress 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…

Case Study: An appealing, customizable, well-maintained calendar solution that honors God’s resources

By Jason Alexis | February 1, 2022

This case study is all about the money. Here’s what we mean… Church-centric applications should focus on good stewardship of God’s resources. First, using good management shows that the people behind the app handle their responsibilities faithfully. Also, they prove their honesty by not wasting or misusing His goods. Lastly, they enable churches’ productivity, allowing…

Case Study: Meet your ministry on their mobiles

By Jason Alexis | October 5, 2021

Even though F2F (face-to-face) communication is usually more effective, life often gets in the way. It ain’t gonna happen on a regular basis. This is especially true with groups of people such as church memberships. The next best thing is digital: website, texting, etc. Now, we need to make sure that our uploaded content looks…

Ninja trick: Generate interest in featured events

By Jason Alexis | October 4, 2021

Feel like your ministry events are getting lost in your general online calendar? Want to generate interest in events even before they show up on your current weekly or monthly calendar views? Here’s how Display.Church (DCE) can help you focus your membership’s attention on featured events happening at your church. Our thanks to Nicole To…

Case Study: More attention-grabbing, updated church calendars with less work? It’s possible.

By Jason Alexis | August 25, 2021

We can agree that the goal of your church calendar is to inspire people to participate in events and meetings. If your calendar is not current, they won’t know about all the great things you have planned. (You can’t attend something you don’t know about, right?) If it is not attractively displayed, it won’t grab…

DisplayChurch.Events: Fewer Steps to Better Church calendars/Event Lists

By Jason Alexis | June 29, 2021

How many steps does it take you to update your church’s online calendar or events list? And if your events include forms, can your current process easily include them? Lastly, do you have lots of options when customizing your calendar or events list to reflect your church branding? Nicole To, Communications Director at Arbor Road…

DisplayChurch.Events V2: What’s new under the hood

By Jason Alexis | June 24, 2021

Although your calendars should look the same, Display.Church (DCE) has had major, under the hood tweaks to make it both easier to add features and more scalable.  We have tested our changes, so there should be no impact to your published events. Having said that, if you notice something, please let us know via our…