We've made it easy for any church to create a centralized place to list all of their events on one web page!
Viewers may choose to browse from the default grid view, toggle to the list view, or select from your category options to filter their search.
Creating an Event
To create a new Event, navigate to the Events tab and click Create Event.
Complete the form with your Event information.
To make your event live on the Events web page, remember to make sure the status toggle is set to Active. To remove it from the web view without deleting it, simply toggle this to Inactive.
The Start Date and Start Time are required, but End Date and End Time are optional fields.
If your event has a Registration Link, be sure to enter the complete link, including the https://www. prefix as applicable.
To preview your event listing, click Preview; when you're ready to save your event, click Add Event.
Adding an Image
Once saved, you may edit the image for your event. All events will initially display your default Events image set up in your Admin Settings.
Learn more about setting your default Event Image here.
To change it, simply click the Edit button in the Image section of the event profile, and then click Change to select a new image from your computer.
You'll be prompted to crop your image in the edit window. Once you have selected your crop, click OK.
Click Save Changes to save and complete the image update.
Adding Categories and Filters
Add Categories and Filters to your Event to make it easily searchable. Select Edit in the Categories & Filters section of your event's profile.
Choose the Categories and check the boxes next to the appropriate Filters as appropriate for your event. You may add several Category/Filter tags by clicking Add Category.
Click Update Filters to save.
Cloning an Event
For recurring or similar events, you may choose to clone and edit a previous event rather than starting from scratch.
To clone an event, navigate to the event profile you wish to clone and click the Clone button in the top right.
You will be prompted to give your new event a name. Click Clone Event to save and continue to edit the new event's details. All of the previous event's details will be pulled through to the new event until edited.