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Number of votes: 14

mattposted on February 18th, 2010 at 10:50 am

Seriously,. this is a purchased template. And they didnt even customize it beyond a logo swap and content.

i expect higher standards for the ministry CSS galleries.



Frankie Jarrettposted on February 21st, 2010 at 2:05 am

This website was adapted from the “Display” theme by Kriesi found on and is powered by WordPress.

It also features “Sermon Browser”, a WordPress plugin designed for churches to present organized sermon audio online with an integrated podcast feed as well as a custom feeds based on user filtering.


Moeposted on February 23rd, 2010 at 12:06 pm


Brandon Richardsposted on May 6th, 2010 at 10:29 am

It may be a template right, but its a decent one and looks better than most homegrown designs. If it works…


Frankie Jarrettposted on September 6th, 2010 at 1:28 pm

Matt, I setup this website but didn’t submit it on this site…in fact, I’m not sure who did.

I worked hard to not compromise the original designer’s artwork but did quite a lot of customizations in order to make it work as multi-site. Using WordPress MU each campus location is it’s own site installation. Probably spent about a month working on customizing the theme in my free time.

Hopefully someone might be able to see how we took this popular template and made it work well for spreading the Gospel. We’ve had a lot of good feedback from it within our community and it has brought many through our doors.

So it might be a #fail for this particular CSS gallery…but for us and our mission it has been #success!

Thanks Brandon, yes…it certainly did work for us. We’re a church of less than 200 and it was an extremely cost effective way for us to increase our exposure on the web!