Digital Marketing Solutions For Churches

Peace of mind about your Church’s online presence.

WEB DESIGN ▸ LOCAL SEO ▸ EMAIL MARKETING ▸ SOCIAL MEDIA

 
debby-hudson-572591-unsplash (1).jpg
 
 

It shouldn’t be so hard to get your church’s website, Search Results and social media be up-to-date and working.

But staff and volunteers are overworked. They often lack the time and/or skills needed to perform website updates, social media posts, and email communication in effective ways. Wouldn’t it be reassuring to have a trustworthy guide when it comes to getting your church's online presence to work in support of your church's mission?

 
 
 
 

Hello

I'm Faithe. I believe the local church is key to improving the world we share, and I want to help local churches in Connecticut use their websites to build greater ties with their communities.

If you want to grow and engage your church community using the powerful tool of the internet, I hope you'll consider getting in touch with me.  I would love to help.

Faithe Emerich, Digital Marketing Consultant 

 
banner.png
 

Peace of mind is just around the corner.

This is how to we’ll get things taken care of.

 

1.

Schedule a Free Discovery Meeting

During your free discovery meeting, we’ll get to know each other. You’ll tell me more about your church and it’s goals, and I’ll tell you about what I can offer in terms of strategy and services that will support those goals.

2.

Set the best plan into motion

With the guidance of someone who has over 10 years of experience working with church websites, you can be sure that the best course of action for your situation will be set into motion.

3.

Look Toward the Future

We’ll work together to make sure that your church’s online presence is managed with care. Whether that means training your staff to handle the day-to-day management or hiring trained professionals—you can be sure that you won’t be left to manage things alone.

 
 
 
 
frank.png
Faithe is easy to work with and she makes great suggestions; the entire process was smooth.
— Frank Vitale, Groton Bible Chapel

 

 
IMG_0154.jpg
 

 Rest assured that your Church’s online presence is in good hands.