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Saint Dunstan's Website Upgrade

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St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church recently upgraded their website to support their 
parish and extend invitation for new worshippers in the Maryland area. St. Dunstan’s is located in Bethesda, Maryland and achieved its parish status in 1965. Today, they still have original members of their congregation who were present at the time of the creation and dedication of the church. St. Dunstan’s has remained successful because of their focus on education and music in their thriving Christian Formation Programs.

The new website, designed and developed by Marketpath, is structured to provide up-to-date information on the church and the services they provide, while remaining user-friendly. The new website includes a calendar, allowing people to easily view future events. The site is now a responsive website, allowing the website to be easily accessible on all types of electronic devices. This is a major step forward for St. Dunstan’s, as it allows its churchgoers to quickly find service times and information using their mobile phones and tablets.

Marketpath worked closely with St. Dunstan’s to provide a high quality, user-friendly website, which will allow it to be more accessible to both the church and the parishioners. Additionally, Saint Dunstan also selected Marketpath, because they wanted a functional, user-friendly web content management solution (CMS), that would allow non-technical users to update and add new content to the church's site on a daily basis. The combination of a well designed site and Marketpath CMS, will allow St. Dunstan’s to continue their success and continue to grow its congregation.

To view St. Dunstan’s upgraded website, visit www.stdunstansbethesda.org. To learn more about Marketpath, visit www.marketpath.com or visit our Church and Non-Profit Websites section to learn more about how Marketpath can help your organization enhance their communication and online presence. 
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