Your diocesan communications team with Michael Gyura, owner and developer, Worship Times.
L to R – Jessica Pandolfino, Michael Gyura, Carrie Graves, Jason Hoffman.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BusinessNet LLC, a web development and hosting company in Baltimore County, has worked with our diocesan Communications Team to provide website hosting, email, and website development for many of our congregations. On behalf of our entire diocese, the Communications Team thanks Glenn and Cynthia McCalley of BusinessNet for their patient leadership and work for the past 20 years to build and host websites and email for our diocese, congregations, and ministries during a time of growth, uncertainty and transition on the Internet.
As more of our congregations and ministries elect to use our diocesan website network and as the role of congregational and ministry websites has changed, we have chosen to transition to a new vendor/partner to develop, build, and host our websites.
We have chosen Worship Times, a full-service ministry digital marketing firm that helps Christian establishments reach more people and potential congregation members to partner with our diocese. As part of this partnership, Worship Times will develop new websites for ministries and churches within our diocesan network, providing our church community with opportunities to tell our story and grow.
“We are constantly looking for partnerships that enable us to help ministries reach more people, which is what it’s all about at the end of the day,” said Michael Gyura, spokesperson for Worship Times. “By partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, we will be able to reach dozens of churches with our services, showing them what is possible with an effective, optimized website presence.”
Our partnering with Worship Times will improve the responsiveness of the websites managed under our growing network, to increase the security, quality, and effectiveness of our congregational and ministry websites.
“We know how important digital presence is today, which is why, after working on various projects with Worship Times, including http://episcopalmaryland.org and http://marylandepiscopalian.org, over the past four years, we know their philosophy and abilities are the perfect match for us,” said Carrie Graves, canon for communications for the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. “Worship Times comes with an impressive track record that we feel confident will improve our network’s digital reach. We’re already hard at work and making progress.”
Worship Times provides logo design and branding, website design and development, blogging services, and social media marketing. They are open to working with any kind of ministry or church community hoping to leverage the power of the internet to build a community of love.
Ms. Carrie Graves
Canon for Communications
410-467-1399 x 1352