I’ve finally managed to fix and improve emailing out service rotas – the 2 bugs were simple to fix, but I wanted to add a message to the email too. Please update to v0.584 now for the improvement.
As ever do let me know via the support pages if you find a bug – I’d love the Church Admin plugin to serve your church well! If you do use it please consider a paypal donation -we would like to visit friends who are planting in China and your donation will help us go and be a blessing.
I wanted to make it easier to add people to a specific ministry in the church – which helps with communicating by email and rotas. So as of v0.580 when you click on a specific ministry within the Ministry List, you will be able to see who is in that ministry and delete them or add new ones.
The add field is autocomplete so you can add more than one at a time with commas.
The latest version 0.557 of the WordPress Church Admin plugin has gone international and maptastic!
1) Addresses are now entered in a one line format to be more international friendly. On the output pages a comma will trigger a new line.
2) People can have a prefix before their surname like “van der” – but the directories will still be sorted by alphabetic surname
3) You can store a meeting venue for small groups and geocode the address for a map
[church_admin type=”small-groups-list” map=1] will give the map format if you have geocoded addresses and defaults back to the old format if not.
A good church website needs to do a lot of things.
1) To a potential first time visitor, it needs to communicates the who, what, where and when through words, images, sermon mp3s and even video that the church is worth trying
2) To regulars, it needs to help the church flow and function in its mission through information, downloads, rotas, perhaps even offering sms and email messaging to users.
The Gateway Church website does all that – a first timer will get enough of a feel from the front page to visit and under the hood are powerful communication and administration tools to facilitate the church mission
The leading UK tax blog needed a site refresh – a clean two column layout in a red colour scheme. Richard Murphy has worked hard to expose corporate tax-avoiders, so “content is king” was the mantra for this project.
Panache Hair Company needed a show case website for a great new hairdressing and beauty salon in King’ Lynn. Sharon and her team wanted the best hairdressing website in town to gain new clients – we are confident we have delivered! The colour scheme matches the interior of the salon. Don’t forget to get a £5 off coupon from the front page.
Panache Hair Company is doing well and in a recent local news paper article cites the website as part of that success story “The company website has played a signifcant role in attracting customers from near and far and she also frequently uses Facebook to let people know about special offers.”