WordPress is a blogging tool and a content management system (CMS). WordPress is used by more than 22.0% of the top 10 million websites.

Microsoft Word – Why would you use anything else?

3 Sections = Header, Content Area, Footer

The header controls the menu, logo, and any codes that you want to include in your website ie: css to control the design, javascript to control the functions, etc.

The content area is where your information will be place. You should familiarized yourself with this section as this is the area you will be mostly working on.

Posts, Pages, Images, Sermons, Staff, Events will all go here.

Located at the bottom, this area is controlled by the widget. This area includes: about us, links, newsletter form.

A widget is a box that allows you to display information that’s already in the website ie: recent post, sermons, menu, etc.

Post are used to published blogs. They have a timestamp to allow visitors to know how relevant this article is.
Pages are meant to be static. They don’t have a timestamp and are used for about us, contact us, etc.
You can upload photos, pdfs, videos, and audio here
The sermon section allows you to post audio, pdfs, and text.
Here you can post events and categorize them