How to get Involved
We need to say as much as we can on the current pages, and we need to create more pages, more content. There is so much to be said.
If you think you have something to contribute, please submit your ideas or content using the form below. While we value your help and your content, please remember that not everything that is submitted can or will be posted on the website. First, content must reflect the views and goals of our leadership, how we communicate to the parish, and how we present ourselves to the community. Second, we need to keep a level of consistency both in what is said and how it is said. We also need to maintain consistency to the organizational structure of the website, or it will become confusing and disorganized. You’ve probably seen websites like this that have everything but the kitchen sink thrown on pages – a confusing, unusable, incohesive mess.
What this means, is that your content might be valuable, but possibly not find it’s way onto the website. However, the good news is that we are also planning other methods to say what you need to say, and share it with others. This website is only one method, but there will be more.
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Ministries are another area. Let’s tell our stories there. Let’s show the community how we serve them. And to those thinking about joining us, communicate the vibrant community we are and the opportunities that await them.
- Static content that does not change much over time.
- Dynamic content that is fresh, new, and always changing.
Static content requires minimal attention once it is up. The dynamic content needs to be entered consistently and frequently. It needs to be timely and up to date or it will lose its value. Examples include the calendar, announcements, news, etc. If you are interested in helping out by entering that content, we’d like to hear from you.
You must be comfortable with Microsoft Office products and in general, with computer software. This website uses a WordPress platform which is easy to use, but it does require a learning curve. You must be prepared to help out on a consistent weekly basis. This is not a job that lends itself to a revolving door of volunteers. We have many other opportunities for you to help out on an as-needed, and as-available basis.