The Best Church Themes of 2014

Nowadays even churches are obligated to have a website if they want to spread the word about their cause. If you are a non-profit organization, or a church, then hold on to your seats as you are about to see the top 10 themes, for this purpose, of 2014.

1. Spiritual

This is a modern theme with a fully responsive design and a great slider on the homepage to help you showcase important news and events. The layout of the theme is really simple and user-friendly. Spiritual is also WooCommerce ready, and it has a portfolio builder. Generally a very flexible theme that has lots of possibilities for customization.

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2. Graceland

This is an excellent starting point for novice web masters. Graceland includes several very useful features: WooCommerce, PayPal donations, Revolution and Layer sliders, as well as a very powerful live composer for pages.

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3. Heal

Heal is a simple and minimalist design church theme, packed with lots of features – audio and video sermon manager, fundrasier pages, social media integration, custom typography, event manager, and many more. If you want a theme that will keep it simple all the time, then Heal is just for you.

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4. iChurch

iChurch is a modern theme with an enchanting and fully responsive design. It allows you to easily build custom pages, custom posts, and upload audio and video from sermons. Built on the Bootstrap 3 framework you can be sure that you have the best in your hands.

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5. Prayer

Prayer is a great theme on both ends – front and back-end. This is a great combination of a great and responsive design combined with a very powerful feature list and extensive admin panel. You have Layer slider, social media integration, search features, prayer walls, blog designs, and even WooCommerce support.

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6. House of Worship

A very elegant and exquisite theme, House of Worship is for those of you who want their church to become more popular amongst tech-fans. With the newbie in mind, the developers of the theme are offering a free installation of the theme, as well as a very thorough documentation to help you understand every aspect of the theme.

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7. Forgiven

A modern and a bit abstract, Forgiven is a responsive theme with parallax effects ready to spread the word of your cause. With plugins, worth over $200, included in the theme, this is a real deal for someone who is just starting out.

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8. Fellowship

Fellowship is a modern theme which allows you to build a state of the art website with an event manager, sermon manager, and little pop-up bars that show when your next big event is. Apart from that the design of the theme is very calm and fitting to the cause. You get the PSD files if you want to customize the theme even further.

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9. Benevolence

Powerful, functional, elegane, responsive, and amazing. Those are just of the few words that best describe the theme. You can accept donations online, sell with WooCommerce, and manage your events and sermons. Highly recommended for advanced users.

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10. Chronicles

Out of all the themes in this list, Chronicles is the simplest one (in design). Relying on the minimalist, it helps you convey your message without too many extra distractions. And even though it might look a bit simple on the outside, Chronicles actually has a very extensive admin panel which allows great customization.

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Those are the best 10 church themes for this year. Which one did you like the most?

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