Pricing

Templated Assembly Website Development & Upkeep

$500 upfront + $50/month

Our new pricing structure for assemblies reduces the upfront cost and increases the monthly cost in order to lighten the load on assemblies who can’t afford a big payment all at once.

The $500 setup fee includes:

10-page website
Templated design
Input of content provided
Training video
One round of revisions

Available add-ons:

Sermon manager (+$200)
Events calendar (+$200)
Donation form (+$120)
Protected member’s area (+240)

The $50/month ongoing fee includes:

WordPress access to be able to edit the website
Monthly WordPress and plugin updates
Security and hack protection
Uptime monitoring
SSL Certificate
Caching
Daily backups (30 days saved)

We have a number of additional services available as well:

Logo Design – $600

Our graphic designer will work with you to develop a logo by providing 2-3 versions and then 3 rounds of revisions. Once completed, we will provide you with the working files perfect for digital and traditional use.

Social Media Account Setup – $160 per platform

We will help you to setup a social account on the platform of your choice. We will setup your logo and imagery and add any and all descriptive text and information required. We will provide you with full access to the account after creation.

Web Updates – $60/hour

With every website we develop, we provide you the training and tools to update the content yourself. However, if you would like us to take updates on for you, add functionality to the website or make more aesthetic changes, we can do so at a $60/hour discounted rate.

Custom Designed Website – Contact for Pricing

If you would like something that is custom to your wants and needs, we can provide that. We have a graphic design team that would be happy to provide 2-3 custom designs from you to choose from and then our development team can replicate the chosen design into a working website. However, this does take significantly more time and requires a more detailed conversation to determine what you and your assembly is looking for.