A CMS is an abbreviation for a content management system, a computer software application connected to a website. It is a secure website that only pre-authorised individuals can access and connects to a public-facing website. Most websites have a CMS. If a website does not have a CMS attached to it, it usually is temporary, as it is nearly impossible to change anything on it.
A CMS allows you to put words, pictures, audio, and videos on your public website for others to see. It will enable you to take them down when you want. The CMS module on the digital church platform church software is designed for real people in any church. Very few churches are large enough to justify their technology team, and too many churches depend on the goodwill of a parishioner who volunteers to do something.
The CMS module on our church software replaces needing anything about coding or website builders, WordPress, Wix, Joomla, Drupal, Webflow, plug-ins, etc.
You already know how to run services, baptisms, confirmations, marriages, burials, and community events. Resources are limited in every church, whereas the need for the Mission seems to grow daily. We help you to increase your effectiveness by leveraging your existing investments.
The Digital Church Platform church software's CMS module provides everything you need to take your existing material and make it available digitally to those who need it.
Every church that uses the CMS module on The Digital Church Platform church software immediately benefits from a world-class solution.
The home page provides easy access to the services and information digital visitors want to find. They can immediately access pastoral care and prayer support, find out what's on, learn more about your church, find out the latest news, and access faith resources, including subscribing to essential calendars. As necessary, they can see and engage with the community of people, charities, and businesses in your parish and beyond, see safeguarding information and key contacts, and make donations online.
Make a great impression on any visitor by helping them to learn more about your church, plan their first visit, know their next steps for getting involved, and always know where to find the most current information to engage with your church. Of course, the content is easy to share on your preferred social media channels.