60 Church Websites for Easter

60 Church Websites for Easter

April 4, 2017 by

Easter is a huge opportunity for churches, so you’d expect to see something about Easter on church websites. That’s not always the case (sigh). But these 60 churches put forth some effort to design a special Easter section of their website to give details and invite visitors.

Take a look and get some Easter inspiration, whether it’s for this year or next year. Church Easter websites don’t always stick around, so we’ve grabbed screenshots. But if you want to see anything more, you better take a look while they’re still here.

If you need more help with Easter or websites, our Courageous Storytellers Membership Site is full of exclusive resources.

6 Quick Easter Website Ideas

So what do all these church websites for Easter have in common? We found a few quick lessons:

  1. Put your Easter info front and center. This should be obvious, but it’s amazing how many churches don’t have easy to find Easter info on their sites (and it’s not just tiny churches either).
  2. Service times and directions. That Easter info visitors are looking for? Service times and directions.
  3. Give a reason to come. Why should visitors attend your Easter events? Give some reasons. In many cases, this is done thematically. Don’t just expect people to show up because it’s Easter.
  4. What to expect. Visitors want to know what to expect. Videos and photos are a great way to showcase what your church is actually like. Answering common questions is another way to put visitors at ease.
  5. Say hello, pastor. Like it or not, the pastor often determines whether or not visitors connect with your church. The pastor is the most visible personality and the one we hear from the most. A welcome video can be a great way for visitors to meet your pastor and allow your pastor’s friendly personality (we hope) to draw them in.
  6. Spread the word. A lot of church websites make it easy to invite friends for Easter.

60 Church Websites at Easter

OK, on to the visual Easter candy:

Asbury UMC

Madison, Ala.

Austin Stone Community Church

Austin, Texas

Central Christian Church

Henderson, Nev.

The Chapel

Libertyville, Ill.

Christ’s Church of the Valley

Peoria, Ariz.

Christ Fellowship


Christ Fellowship

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Church on the Move

Tulsa, Okla.

The Church Without Walls



Melbourne, Australia

Dream City Church


Eagle Brook Church

Hugo, Minn.

Eastside Christian Church

Anaheim, Calif.

Elmbrook Church

Brookfield, Wis.

Fellowship Church

Grapevine, Texas

First Baptist Spartanburg

Spartanburg, Tenn.

First Christian Church

Decatur, Ill.

First Euless

Dallas/Forth Worth

Grace Church

Erie, Penn.

Grace Church

Reno, Nev.

Hillsong Church

Sydney, Australia

Impact Church


Independent Presbyterian Church

Memphis, Tenn.

Irving Bible Church

Irving, Texas

James River Church

Ozark, Mo.

Lakeshore Baptist Church

Cicero, N.Y.

Lancaster County Bible Church

Manheim, Penn.

Liquid Church

Parispanny, N.J.

Long Hollow Baptist Church

Hendersonville, Tenn.

Mountain Park Church

Phoenix, Ariz.

Mission Community Church

Gilbert, Ariz.

New Hope Oahu

Honolulu, Hawaii

New Life Church

Colorado Springs, Colo.

NorthRidge Church

Plymouth, Mich.

Northview Church

Anderson, Ind.

Oak Hills Church

San Antonio, Texas

Park Community Church


Potential Church

Cooper City, Fla.

Prestonwood Baptist Church

Plano, Texas

Saddleback Church

Lake Forest, Calif.

Sandals Church

Riverside, Calif.

Seacoast Church

South Carolina

Second Baptist Church


Soul City Church


Southbridge Fellowship

Raleigh, N.C.

Southeast Christian Church

Louisville, Ky.

Southside UMC

Jacksonville, Fla.

Spirit of Joy! Lutheran Church

The Woodlands, Texas

St. Stephen Church

Louisville, Ky.

Substance Church


The Summit Church

Raleigh, N.C.

Two Rivers Church

Ooltewah, Tenn.

Victory World Church


Vous Church


West Ridge Church


Wheaton Bible

West Chicago, Ill.

Whitewater Crossing Christian Church

Cleves, Ohio

Willamette Christian Church

West Linn, Ore.

Willow Creek


Woodlands Church

Tomball, Texas

Super Sunday: Planning Easter for Your ChurchNeed More? 3 Easter Resources:

  1. Get more Easter ideas with our growing collection of articles, examples, and more.
  2. Check out our book, Super Sunday: Planning Easter for Your Church, for tips on how to plan, promote, and survive Easter.
  3. Go deeper for even more Easter resources and join our Courageous Storytellers Membership Site. You'll get access to downloadable resources including planners, guides, worksheets, graphics, and more.
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