Let’s unpack this Top example…
Gateway Church has used two Display.Church templates with excellent, eye-catching effect: Event Alert and Cards (Grid).
At the bottom of their home page, Gateway Church has put a Display.Church Event Alert. Notice how the banner starts out blue and then turns to white.
Event Alert is an automated, ‘set it and forget it’ statement which gives information about an upcoming (or happening now) event. This innovative tool drives conversion and saves you time. You can customize when and where to the event highlight display based on different settings, and you won’t have to manually update – the highlight will disappear once the event is over!
Events Alerts have lots of customization options, including countdown timer, text type, text color, and background color. Another customization option is on which church website pages your event alert displays. Gateway Church chose to have this Event Alert only on their home page.
You can also add various CTAs (call to actions). In this case, clicking on the banner takes you to a Plan your Visit sign up form.
On the Gateway Church Events page, there are two examples of the Display.Church Cards (Grid) template. The first display uses Display.Church filtering to highlight important upcoming events. The second display shows all upcoming events. What makes the difference in the events displayed? Display.Church filtering.
Display.Church filtering can make your digital communication strategy much easier. You’ve already entered the events. Now, just use Display.Church templates + mix and match filtering to create an endless variety of event views.
Click on an event to see a pop up with more information.
I just wanted to hop on here and say thank you for all your hard work. Displaychurch.events has been an awesome resource!
Young Families Pastor at Life360 Chesterfield
I can vouch for [DisplayChurch.Events] as a great resource for your website. It should work on most websites because you just copy and paste a code.
Hey there - I got around to testing this and it seems to work fine for me. ...I’ve also implemented the new campus and group filtering. Very much awesome, man.
We love the way [our events are] now being displayed on our website and mobile apps. We just update the events in CCB calendars, and DCE updates the events everywhere.
Brother Suresh Rajadurai
Bread of Life Church
AMAZING! I love how responsive you are to requests. This app has become a HUGE life and time saver for me as I’m currently redesigning our website.
It has saved us time by being able to enter the data once, probably around 5 hours each week on the whole.
Assistant to Operations at Grace Fellowship Church
The old system definitely worked, but when we decided to create a new website, we wanted to do it in a way that worked seamlessly with CCB, which is where so much of our data already lives.
Communications Director at Arbor Road Church
It’s working well for us. Have it integrated to our WordPress website and it’s already saving time and ensuring seamless data integrity with our CCB events and forms.
Finance Director, CPA
Hey Jason! I am working on making a filtered calendar of only women's events for the women's page of our church website. So far loving the product! It is exactly what I have been looking for over 2 years now!
New Heights Bentonville
Our church staff are throwing parties every time I mention Display.Church! HUGE help for us thus far!
Comms. / Assoc. Worship Director at Church for the City
I love love love this product! Exactly what we've been missing on our website : )
Assisting Minister, Faith Fellowship
Hey! I am actively using and enjoying your Calendars! Using PCO is a breeze! It hooked up easily and has lots of customization options to tweak. I also love that your team seems to be continually making it better all the time.
Lead Pastor, Crossroad Assembly
The calendar product works great! We use it for our events as well as for our Bible readings. The best feature for me is to be able to make the changes in Planning Center and then quickly sync them to see them in our website.