Tuesday, 25 January 2005

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific has launched stage one of its new website. Targeted towards the general community, adventist.org.au introduces them to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

“Our aim has been to create a website that has the potential to change misconceptions about Seventh-day Adventists. As such, the website provides an overview of our beliefs and services using language free of jargon and a contemporary design,” says Jeanelle Isaacs, the church’s electronic media assistant.

The site has been redesigned to focus largely on the services that the church provides for the community. The new website has an easy to use interface, a new navigational system and a contemporary design.

“We hope to provide church members with an accessible resource so that they can share who they are, and what the church does, with their non-Adventist friends,” says Bruna Tawake, Communication and Public Relations director of the Seventh-day Adventist church in the South Pacific.

The launch has been actively promoted to various community groups such as health professionals, other Christians and educational institutions.

“The feedback we received when we first launched the website helped us shape the website to what it is now,” says Ms Tawake. “This is a work in progress. Visit adventist.org.au and let us know what you think.”

Stages two and three that will provide specific information for church members and church employees respectively, will be launched later in the year.

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