Building online communities
We live in a connected world, where people are accessing much of their information online -- all the time.
Communications and Marketing are building an online community for Congregations and Presbyteries who would like to be part of a network of information that is updated daily for the benefit of the whole Synod.
The Microsite Project is a project designed to cater to smaller Congregations that would like to have a web presence, but do not know where to start.
Congregational involvement in the project links your easy-to-use microsite to a network of information that keeps you informed and up-to-date with all the latest news and information from across the Synod.
We seek your feedback on this project and would like to you to fill out the survey below to get a better understanding of the demand in your Congregation to be part of this project.
Find out more about the Microsite Project roadmap and next steps here.
What the project involves
The Synod Internet Developer -- Intelligent Development -- is offering low cost access to "build-your-own-website" from a simple template provided and will host the website and provide access to an Outlook 365 account for the low cost of $200 per year.
This cost includes support with a series of videos, phone support and quarterly training bootcamp-style training sessions (dates to be advised in 2018).
Where do I sign up?
Fill in the survey below to register your interest (there are a variety of services on offer), as we are currently assessing demand for the service.
What is the Microsite Project Bootcamp?
Ideally we would like to get as many people in the room at once, so we are running "bootcamp" style training sessions throughout 2018 where we can train up to 20 people at a time to set up and maintain a new website in one day. If your Presbytery would like to host a bootcamp day contact Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org