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First Presbyterian Church of Murrysville

Website: 3 months - $9,000 - WordPress

Monthly Services: Website maintenance - SEO

The history of the First Presbyterian Church of Murrysville goes back to the beginning of Murrysville itself. Their church was the only place of worship in Murrysville in the early 1800’s, so their members are a directory to Murrysville founders. The first church building was completed in 1830, which had to be replaced only seven years later as the congregation grew. The building has undergone many transformations over the decades, with the current building being finished in 1970.

First Presbyterian Church of Murrysville is a welcoming community of Christians holding vibrant worship services and ministry. They are also home to the Murrysville Presbyterian Preschool, a school open to the community for children ages 2-5.

Their mission is to build on established relationships in our community, develop exciting new partnerships, and create new opportunities to share the love and grace of our Lord.

First Presbyterian Church of Murrysville approached us to help transform their outdated, impossible to use and update website into a more modern site that was still accessible and easy for the aging members in their congregation, as well as the younger generations and parents of preschoolers.

Before

  • Outdated website
  • Minimal functionality
  • Disorganized pages

After

  • Sleek, modern website
  • Logo update/creation
  • Online preschool registration
  • Lead Generation
  • UX/UI Design
  • Online anonymous prayer requests
  • Online giving (beneficial as COVID-19 hit)
  • Daily Devotions & Worship videos during COVID-19 shutdown

Reverend Edward R. Gray

pastor

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"During our first meeting with Reflex Brands, we knew that we made the right decision. The consultants are friendly, knowledgeable, creative, and immediately responsive to our questions and needs. They were able to design a website that reflects our missions, values, and love for Jesus Christ."

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