Highland Park Baptist Church
"It took Jean a month of evenings and weekends in July, 2002, to create www.HighlandParkTheSprings.org. ForMinistry’s online manual was a starting point and their “techies” were always in touch by email to patiently answer her questions. The result was a surprise to the rest of the committee (who had been a little reluctant about ForMinistry, since “you get what you pay for”). They, and the rest of the church, were thrilled with the professional-looking site and offered suggestions to tweak it even more. By now, they’ve used almost every feature that ForMinistry offers."
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church
"Our church, St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in St. Paul MN www.stmatthewsmn.org, has for too long been the "best church that nobody knows about." We have all kinds of great things going on in our small-to-medium-sized congregation, but too few people knew about them.
The first week we put it up, a new family drove from a distant suburb to come to our church because they liked the site. They're still coming. And I've been getting compliments and inquiries from other churches asking how we did our site. I'm becoming something of an evangelist for ForMinistry.com"
Bartlett NorthSide Church
"We have a small church in the Memphis, TN area. With the help of ForMinistry, we have been able to increase our visibility in the community and across the internet with our web site www.bartlettnorthside.org. We are a part of a denomination but our name does not include the denominational name. This may have been a hindrance for those seeking our denomination, as we are the only Wesleyan church in west Tennessee. But with the help of our web site, a couple who have recently located in the area were able to find us because of our links to the main Wesleyan web site and links to their former church. They contacted me via email and we had quite a few correspondences even before we had the pleasure of their attending our church. Without ForMinistry's help, this would have been impossible for us to realize. ForMinistry, well done."