Divi is a great choice for building websites for Churches. Divi has everything you need to display information about the Church, service times, the pastors, events, media, and lots more. Fortunately, you don’t have to build a Church website from scratch. There are several Divi child themes for Churches available to help you build your site.
In this article, we’ll take a close look at Divi child themes for Churches to help you get started on your next Divi Church website. The child themes are in no particular order.
1. Church Theme
Church Theme is a one-page child theme with special attention to services, events, and donations. It comes with an events custom post type, events custom fields, and service blurbs. The hero section displays a full-width image with a title, tagline, and button on one side. The next few sections display an image to one side with information on the other in alternating layouts. The images overlap colored areas and stand out. A similar section shows an image to the side with the block of color in the center to create a CTA. The various types of services are described in blurbs with images and text. Events are shown with an image to one side and the information and button in the other. A donation CTA with a circle counter displays over a full-width background.
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Praiz comes with 4 pages including the home page, Meet the Pastors, Bible Study Series, and Send us a Message. The home page shows a full-screen background image in parallax with the logo and tagline in the overlay. Scrolling reveals a countdown timer to the next service. Bible studies are shown as blog posts over a background image in parallax. Their featured images zoom on hover. The types of services are shown in blurbs with hover effects. Scriptures are shown as quotes. It also includes embedded video, more services in a different style of blurb module, a meet the pastors CTA, and a contact form over a background in true parallax. The pastor’s page shows them in the center over a background and parishioners in styled person modules. The Bible study page includes a section to create an audio series.
Price: $49.95 | More Information
Credo includes 7 pages including Events with a slider for event posts and Sermons with audio and video in a filterable grid. The hero section of the home page shows a full-screen background image with several elements in overlays including a slider for CTAs, a countdown timer to the next service, and service times. The next section displays a CTA over a background image in true parallax that leads into a full-width map. The Gallery page displays images in an accordion. The Events page displays the events in a slider. Clicking an event takes you to that event’s page, which is a single-column blog post. The sermons page displays the sermons as projects.
Price: $50 | More Information
4. Josefin Church
Josefin Church is a homepage for the Josefin child theme. The hero section includes a full-screen background image with a logo, tagline, and button. The image blends into the next section, which displays a large countdown timer for the next service. Images with text in the overlay create CTAs. Large text introduces the next section, which displays an embedded video. A two-column CTA to meet the pastors shows an image on one side and text on the other. A link to the current series is shown in full-width over a background image. Services are shown in blurbs with hover effects. Sermons are displayed with embedded videos. It includes several more CTAs in true parallax, counters, FAQ, a newsletter form, a contact form, and lots more.
Price: $75 | More Information
That’s our look at Divi child themes for Churches. They include just about anything you need to build a sharp website for a Church. Many focus on services, pastors, events, and sermons. This is great for showing potential visitors what to expect, how you can help, what your services are like, and lots more. If you’re looking for a child theme to build a Church website, these five are a great place to start.
We want to hear from you. Have you tried any of these Divi child themes for Churches? Let us know what you think about them in the comments.
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