Create sub-pages about learning programs for the various age groups in your congregation. Divide this in a way that makes sense for your programs and makes sense to people who are not familiar with your congregation. (For example, a subsection called “Our Whole Lives” is very confusing to someone who doesn’t know that it is a sexuality education program.) Or if your preschool program is called “Tadpoles,” make sure you specify the ages in the title, e.g. “Tadpoles (age 3-5).” We recommend using ages or grades: that is the most straightforward and universally understood way of organizing your learning subpages.
Remember to include information about your nursery. Many congregations do not put this on their websites, but it is one of the key things that newcomers with infants and toddlers want to know about.
Include information about program seasons. For example, if you provide religious education programs only from August through May, indicate that, and indicate what is available for kids on Sundays in the summer.
Some potential subsections:
- Elementary School
- Middle School
- High School
- Younger Adults
- Older Adults