Faithlife Sites Helps Church Leaders Build Quality Websites That Run Themselves

Faithlife Sites Allows Pastors to Spend More Time in Ministry

BELLINGHAM, Wash., Sept. 19, 2019 - In an effort to help pastors and church leaders spend more face time with congregants, Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software, provides Faithlife Sites, a church website building software that maintains itself and is simple to set up. 

“Churches shouldn’t have to hire graphic designers and coders just to have a quality, functioning website,” said Bob Pritchett, founder and CEO of Faithlife. “Featuring beautiful templates to choose, Faithlife Sites also seamlessly integrates with other Faithlife tools, allowing churches to easily post announcements, upload sermons, incorporate attendee giving options and share videos and photos.”

All Faithlife Sites templates are customizable down to font and color so that every church can have a unique website reflective of its mission. When it comes to maintenance, edits occur in real-time and are easy to implement so that multiple members of leadership can learn how to make updates when needed. The basic website builder is provided at no cost to churches, with upgrades available for purchase.

With Faithlife Sites, a church can upload its email list and set up automated messages and announcements to be delivered straight to member inboxes. Compatible with mobile devices, Faithlife Sites can be accessed from anywhere, anytime, with the option of adding pages that can only be viewed by church members so that congregants can share information for their small groups or outreach groups. 

“We’ve included everything a church website could need to not just function smoothly, but excellently. We believe that the most important work of church leaders lies in tending the congregation, not the website,” said Pritchett. “That’s why this tool runs itself and comes with 24/7 live support so that questions can be resolved quickly.” 

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About Faithlife 

Faithlife Corporation, based in Bellingham, Washington, has been using technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible for more than 25 years. Since 1992, Faithlife has developed multiple tools including church presentation software, academic study resources, e-books, and Logos Bible Software. For more information, visit