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Website Developments - What Works, What Doesn't, What should we create?

March 30th, 2019

Current St Paul's Church Website



In the coming days those who have provided an email address in the parish directory will receive a poll inquiring about our parish website.  As we explore updating capabilities and adding and removing areas we would like to be sure that we are taking all of the congregations comments into consideration where ever possible.  Our poll will be seeking your opinion by either simple vote or if you wish you can provide greater detail and input by participating in the comment discussion of this blog post.

1: What parts of the current Website do you currently use?

  • Weekly Lectionary readings?
  • Weekly Cycle of Prayer?
  • Calendar of Events?
  • Sermon recordings?
  • Etc.

2: Overall, on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being Super Awesome, how satisfied are you with the current website?  the look, the content, the ease of use, etc.

3:  What area's or content would you suggest we add?  How can our website be more useful to you?

4:  What do you think might bring you to use the website more regularly?

5:  Are there particular commentaries, discussions, and/or blogs that we should host on our website?

  • Notes on the Lectionary readings for the week?
  • Christianity and contemporary issues (in the news, etc.)?
  • Theology and popular media (movies, music, etc.)?
  • Christianity and Social Issues?
  • Etc.

We look forward to reviewing your input either by simple response to the poll or by joining the discussion...



Reader Comments (7)

John said on March 30, 2019

Polling will be coming out in email using Constant Contact email service

John said on April 3, 2019

Please post full text of sermon along with the audio each week.

Ryan said on April 3, 2019

To be honest, I rarely ever visit the website. The facebook and twitter pages are more useful. When I look for events, I typically look in the bulletin or in the emails sent out.

Terry Berard said on April 7, 2019

April 7/19 I personally use Facebook. But believe the FB and the Website should give a picture of what the Parish is. Including our new vision statement. Both sites should be welcoming to all who are seeking a connection to community whether they be Christian or not. Thanks Terry

Terry Berard said on April 7, 2019

A new parish family photo would be nice on the Website and FB Terry

Rosalie said on April 11, 2019

I think we also need to reflect on what to,provide to people who don't attend who might be looking for Information. That could include service times, youth and Sunday School, special events, news from last events...etc. Maybe a link to the diocese website...

Rosalie said on April 11, 2019

Thinking little differently, would we consider book reviews from Christian books any of us have read?

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