Imagine that you are chatting with your neighbor and they ask you about the current sermon series. Now think about being at work when your cubicle buddy tells you he is interested in getting connected with a mini church. What do you do? You pull out your phone and direct them to the Faith Church website. What better way to reach people in our community and the world than by using our cell phones, tablets, and computers? If you have not seen it yet, go online to wearefaith.org. Much has been going on behind the scenes of Faith Church, and the REACH project made all of these changes and updates possible.
These updates are bigger than just being out with the old and in with the new. In order to restore the world one relationship at a time, we, as Christians, need to be constantly aware of how we are representing ourselves as we reflect Jesus. Nurturing relationships takes genuine engagement, and being easily accessible allows us to be available to the community. The simplicity and communal feel of our new website makes it easier and more convenient to navigate and find the information that you are looking for. Getting connected, learning where and how to serve, and taking those next steps have never been easier.
Thanks to the REACH project, Faith Church worked hard to position ourselves to be able to better connect with people, because the first place many go to is the website, not the buildings. Pastor Brian Dennert believes that the new brand and website, “better captures who we are and who we aspire to be. The buildings are not Faith Church, we are Faith Church.”
The job is not over yet. Be encouraged to go out and reach those who need a church home or those who need a kind word or a warm hug. Let us not take for granted the convenience and access the Internet has given us to accomplish this task. It’s as simple as pulling out your cell phone or typing a few letters in a search engine.
Check out our new site at WeAreFaith.org.