Aboundant Boot Camps are ideal for parent organizations that understand the vital nature of web ministry for their member churches. Using our innovative software and interactive teaching methods, we’ll help a group of your churches to create their initial site in a single workshop. Participants will leave confident knowing they can maintain and develop their own site. The church website is the new front door, making the value of this program immense.
No Tech Skills RequiredKnow how to use Word and browse the internet? Then you’re set. We’ll be there to help you.
Fun and Inspirational
We’ll convey the importance of online ministry in a lighthearted atmosphere.
Promotional HelpWe will provide you with materials and strategies proven to enlist the participation of churches.
Sustained SupportAboundant is the only church website provider to offer a weekly coaching and training webinar.
HOW IT WORKS
Schedule: Find a time and place that works for the boot camp. Determine if the training will be remote or in-person.
Recruit: Invite your churches to participate using materials and resources we provide you with.
Register: Participants pay for their reduced cost Aboundant subscription to secure their spot.
Prep: Participants will be given a list of training requirements and materials to collect and bring with them.
Orientation: You and any volunteers will be oriented on the training so that you can provide assistance if needed.
Training: Participants will be guided through building their sites using our innovative Launch Pad system. Then they will be shown how to update and maintain their sites.
Follow-Up: A week after the training, we’ll have a follow-up webinar just for your group.
WHAT IT COSTS
Instructional Fees Waived if 10 or more churches register for an Aboundant Premium annual subscription.
Furthermore, Participants will receive a 15% discount off their subscription. Making the cost under $300 a church, a terrific value.
Who Pays? The cost can be paid by the participants, granted by the hosting organization, or a combination of the two. Offering grants is a great way of reminding your local churches that you care about them.
Travel Costs: It’s usually better if one of our trainers is there in-person. Travel and lodging will be the responsibility of the hosting organization.
Event Costs: The hosting organization is responsible for providing a location and equipping it. They may also consider providing refreshments and food.
Web Ministry 101: Why a website is the church’s new front door.
Choosing a Great Domain: Best practices for choosing a church web address.
Why you should make mistakes!
Site creation Walkthrough: Launch Pad, our smart questionnaire, will be used to create initial sites in record time.
Best Practices: How good church web ministries typically operate.
Visitor First Approach: How to create a site that is visitor friendly.
Web Discipleship: How a church site can be used to build relationships with Christ.
WordPress Basics: How to operate the WordPress content management system.
The Power of News Feeds: How to use news feeds for blog posts, sermons, and announcements.
Divi Basics: How to use the page builder tool, Divi.
Advanced Features: How to use our donations and calendar tools, and how to connect to MailChimp.
Check out this video that was taken by the Desert Southwest Conference of the United Methodist Church right after our Boot Camp there.
The Boot Camp is what motivated us to create a team, get to work on our site and produce something that people might actually want to look at and experience. Otherwise we would still be stuck with our old website.Rev. Tom Boomershine
My experience with Aboundant has been wonderful! Very helpful, love the weekly webinars. The Boot Camp was excellent and I would recommend it to anyone that wants the set up a website for their church.Lynn Dorothy