Here are some examples of church websites Doive Designs (aka Dave Burton) have built, some recent, some older. As you might expect, when we are busy we don't have time to update our portfolio of work, so our most recent website examples may not be here yet. However, you may find links to websites we have created recently on our Facebook or Google+ pages.
July 2011 Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher: Doive Designs
Cadoxton Methodist Church are a lively and active church based in Cadoxton, near Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan. They have members of all ages from babies to people in their 90s. Running regular meetings for such a diverse group of people means that they are a really busy church, so their site needed to reflect that. They are a modern congregation and as such they wanted a modern looking site, a site which they needed to be able to access themselves. So the site is based upon our bespoke content management system and went live on 1st July 2011. Update: We redeveloped the website in 2015 making the site mobile friendly and giving it a new look. www.cadoxton.org.uk
May 2011 Posted by: email@example.com Publisher: Doive Designs
The Exe Valley Mission Community represents a group of 9 rural Anglican churches just outside of Tiverton in Devon. The churches together represent a variety of styles of worship from traditional to modern and provide activities to members of their local communities of all ages. Their website, launched in May 2011, is aimed at improving communication between the churches and to the communities which they serve by providing service times, news, events and even photos from past events. Update: The site was made mobile friendly in 2014. See for yourself at: www.exevalleychurches.org
September 2015 Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher: Doive Designs
Llanishen Evangelical Church are a lively community church in North Cardiff. They are a small church but run a large number of regular activities for people young or old. The website uses a customised version of our content management system which allows the church to update the site themselves. It includes our news and events systems. The events system means that once an event has passed it is automatically removed from the site. The site went live in July 2010. Update: The website was redesigned and upgraded to a newer version of our CMS in 2015. www.llec.org.uk
May 2010 Posted by: email@example.com Publisher: Doive Designs
Rhydyfelin Methodist Church is situated, as you might imagine, in the small village of Rhydyfelin - a short walk from the University of Glamorgan in Treforest. It's a small church with a real heart for the community. Their site uses a customised version of our content management system which allows them to update all the pages on the site, as well as adding news and events. Launched in May 2010.