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75 Exceptional Church Websites

Here's an aweome list of 75 well done church websites as picked by ChurchRelevance.com. I haven't had time to look through them all but I have enjoyed the ones I've seen so far.

Some of the more well known churches on the list are numbers: 19, 25, 34, 39, 42, 50-55, 61, and 63. One church from my home state of MN made the list at #15. All the church websites are listed in alphabetical order.

Below you will find Church Relevance’s favorite church websites. Chosen for design, usability, and innovative ideas, we hope that these websites will also inspire you.

  1. Asbury United Methodist (Tulsa, OK)
  2. Calvary Chapel (Albuquerque, NM)
  3. Calvary Chapel (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
  4. Calvary Community Church (Phoenix, AZ)
  5. Central Christian Church (Henderson, NV)
  6. Central Christian Church (Mesa, AZ)
  7. Champion Forest Baptist Church (Houston, TX)
  8. Christ’s Church of the Valley (Peoria, AZ)
  9. Church on the Move (Tulsa, OK) (Youth Group :: Summer Camp)
  10. Covina Vineyard (Laverne, CA)
  11. Crossroads Church (Corona, CA)
  12. Daybreak Church (Hudsonville, MI)
  13. Discovery Church (Orlando, FL)
  14. Dulles Community Church (South Riding, VA)
  15. Eagle Brook Church (White Bear Lake, MN)
  16. Eastgate Church (Hiawassee, GA)
  17. Eastpoint Community Church (Middletown, DE)
  18. Eastside Christian Church (Milford, OH)
  19. Ecclesia Church (Houston, TX)
  20. Element Church (Chesterfield, MO)
  21. Elevation Church (Layton, UT)
  22. Far Hills Community Church (Dayton, OH)
  23. First Assembly of God (Phoenix, AZ)
  24. First Baptist Church (Springdale, AR)
  25. Fellowship Church (Grapevine, TX)
  26. Fellowship of the Woodlands (The Woodlands, TX) (Youth Group)
  27. Flamingo Road Church (Cooper City, FL)
  28. Free Chapel Worship Center (Gainesville, GA)
  29. Friends Church (Calgary, Canada)
  30. Gateway Church (Southlake, TX)
  31. Genesis Church (Tallahassee, FL)
  32. Glad Tidings Assembly (London, England)
  33. Grace Community Church (Houston, TX)
  34. Granger Community Church (Granger, IN)
  35. Guts Church (Tulsa, OK)
  36. H2O Church (Orlando, FL)
  37. Harvest Christian Fellowship (Riverside, CA)
  38. Harvest Church (Mobile, AL)
  39. Healing Place Church (Baton Rouge, LA)
  40. History Church (Oak Hill, VA)
  41. Hope Presbyterian Church (Cordova, TN)
  42. Imago Dei Community (Portland, OR)
  43. Jacob’s Well Church (Kansas City, MO)
  44. James River Assembly (Ozark, MO)
  45. Journey Church (Norman, OK)
  46. Keypoint Church (Lowell, AR)
  47. King’s Cathedral (Kahului, HI)
  48. Lake Pointe Church (Rockwall, TX)
  49. Lakemount Worship Centre (Grimsby, Canada)
  50. Lakewood Church (Houston, TX)
  51. LifeChurch.tv (Edmond, OK)
  52. Mariners Church (Irvine, CA)
  53. Mars Hill Bible Church (Grandville, MI)
  54. Mars Hill Church (Seattle, WA)
  55. Mosaic Church (Los Angeles, CA)
  56. New Life Church (Conway, AR)
  57. Northland (Longwood, FL)
  58. Northside Christian Church (New Albany, IN)
  59. Northstar Church (Frisco, TX)
  60. Oak Hills Church (San Antonio, TX)
  61. Saddleback Church (Lake Forest, CA) San Clemente (Youth Group)
  62. Second Baptist Church (Houston, TX)
  63. Southeast Christian Church (Louisville, KY) (Young Adult Ministry)
  64. Sugar Creek Baptist Church (Sugar Land, TX)
  65. The Church on Rush Creek (Arlington, TX)
  66. The City Church (Kirkland, WA) (Youth Group)
  67. The HighWay Community (Mountain View, CA)
  68. The Journey (Jackson, MI)
  69. The Life Church (Memphis, TN)
  70. Trinity Fellowship (Amarillo, TX)
  71. Vineyard Community Church (Cincinnati, OH)
  72. Watermark Community Church (Dallas, TX)
  73. West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA)
  74. Westside Family Church (Shawnee, KS)
  75. Word of Grace Community Church (Sheboygan Falls, WI)
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