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You can try Congregate for free by registering for our demo church website. You can explore public pages, member-only pages, and the Congregate Admin backend to experience all of Congregate’s features.

After signing up for service, your Congregate site will be ready for you to access within 24 hours. From there, it’s up to you when you wish to launch your website and take it live. You can launch with as little or as much content as you wish.

Yes. Using our Members Only plan, you to keep your current public website. However, any public Congregate features (such as sermons, podcasts, or blogs) will not be available on your public site. You will only have access to member-related features in your Congregate member website. (Member features cannot be directly integrated or embedded into a non-Congregate website. For full public and member website integration, consider our other service plans.)

Congregate has no contracts or commitments. You can cancel anytime without penalty. Congregate services are billed monthly and you will receive a pro-rated refund for any month(s) you may have pre-paid for but not used.

Congregate is not a domain name registrar and your domain name cannot be transferred to us for ownership or management. You will continue to use a third-party domain name registrar (such as Google Domains or GoDaddy) to pay your renewal fees and manage your domain name.

Congregate is a do-it-yourself platform, allowing you to use our built-in tools to populate or import content on your website. However, if you wish to have our team handle the migration of your pages, media, member data, etc. simply contact us and we’ll be happy to offer you a no-obligation quote.

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