Posted in news on February 8, 2018 1:38 pm EST

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Church Designer magazine changes to a web-first format on Feb. 12, 2018.











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By Carol Badaracco Padgett

Church Designer magazine has exciting news. We’re changing to a web-first format, meaning that a totally redesigned website, weekly newsletters, monthly “cover story” newsletters, and an all-new eGuide education series will take the place of print.

Here’s the deal. Six print issues were not enough to cover the daily news we have for you. And the upkeep of six print issues meant we couldn’t bring you all the news we wanted to share online. Add in the fact that our old website wasn’t up to the task of handling and displaying all the daily content we want to share with you.

Here’s the deal. Six print issues were not enough to cover the daily news we have for you.

Our solution is Church.Design. Check it out and engage: (visit link).

If you haven’t already subscribed to our newsletters or have colleagues you’d like to sign up too, you can do that here: (visit link).

Another way you can get all the news from Church.Design is through social media. Make sure to follow us on Instagram -, Twitter - @churchdotdesign and Facebook - @churchdotdesign.

Now here’s what won’t change. You’ll still find the church project reports, educational and design features, company Q&A’s, business and practice news and peer advice, top building, AVL, and FF&E products, and blogs on our new site. They’ll just be better organized and easier to find. You'll also be able to access the content of past print issues. But in addition you’ll get more news on church projects and products, more pictures, more daily updates on everything that impacts the world of church and worship space design.

Church.Design wants to become an indispensable part of your church design journey. Our new delivery method means that we’re here every day, anytime, anywhere, whenever you need us.

For more information, contact Church.Design's editor, Carol Badaracco Padgett, at





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