NEW PARISH WEBSITE (BETA TEST):

Dear all!

We hope you’re enjoying our new and updated website.

It’s still in the testing phase, and we’re currently ironing out some issues and we’d really appreciate if you – the users could provide us with as much feedback as is possible – to ensure that together, we can develop a website that will be brilliant, and informative, but mostly, a website that will put our parish at the forefront of the community.

So, as you navigate through and take in all of our information, I’d appreciate if you could ask yourself a few questions:

  • How easy is the website to navigate? Were you able to find (content permitting!) what you were looking for? Are there any errors; incorrect spelling or grammar?
  • How does the website appear on your device? Does it load quickly? Are there any issues or barriers to you using the website?
  • Are there any features that you’d like to see?
  • Are there any features that don’t work as you expected?

Clearly this is not an exhaustive list, but hopefully it’s enough for you to get started!

You can email us directly here,

Alternatively, you can use the contact form here. Please be sure to select “Website Enquiries” from the drop-down menu.

Thanks for your time,

Webmaster (It’s actually Tom – but webmaster sounds cooler)

2 thoughts on “NEW PARISH WEBSITE (BETA TEST):

  1. Hi Tom,
    Just a quick word to congratulate you. The website looks fantastic and works really well. I tested many of the links and all took me quickly to the related page. The website is easy to navigate and has so much information about our parish I didn’t know about. Thanks again, especially at this time when we are all staying safe at home and relay so much on virtual information. God bless. Paloma

    1. Hi Paloma!
      Thanks for your kind words. I think it’s fair to say that there is still a lot to do – but we’re getting there. Please share the link far and wide – and we’ll see how we get on!
      Hopefully we’ll do a post every couple of days to update everybody – but I know Fr Phil has posts planned for Maundy Thursday through to Easter Sunday, so keep a look out.
      Take care,
      Tom

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