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Exodus Has Arrived

It’s flat, it’s wide and it’s now available. Give our newest church WordPress theme a look.

Exodus has the same church-focused features as our first theme but with a very different style. Our goal is to offer a wide variety of themes for churches so that there is something to suit every need. Resurrect is geared toward churches that want a sort of urban feel while Exodus is designed to have more of a modern, mainstream appeal.

Exodus Church WordPress Theme

Two things that stand out are its flat design and wide layout.

We’ve Gone Wide and Added More Information

Did you notice our design is a bit wider? That’s the trend these days (and will be true of our future themes). If you’re viewing with a desktop or laptop display having a higher resolution than was previously common, you’ll enjoy greater ease when reading this post, our guides and other content.

Speaking of other content, in addition to this new blog, we also added some more content to the site. We launched with a somewhat minimal website late last year because the priority was to make the Resurrect theme immediately available to churches. Now that the dust from our launch has settled and the making of our second theme is underway, we have a little breathing room, which afforded us some time to beef up the site’s content.

Our Blog Goes Live

We’ve planned on having a blog from the very beginning. You may have seen the unofficial “launch post” for churchthemes.com late last year on my personal blog. If not, give Behind churchthemes.com a read. I was surprised at the feedback I got on that post. It showed me that people want to know what is going on behind a product. I’ve actually had people tell me that post was the reason they decided to buy Resurrect.

My experience with the unofficial “launch post” made me even more excited about starting a blog right here on churchthemes.com. I want this to be a place of connection between us and those who use or are considering using our themes. I also want it to be a continual sneak peek behind the scenes — an ongoing, interactive story — so you always know we’re here, listening and working hard for you. We want your feedback and we want to improve in every way.

So, what will this blog be about, exactly?