A Revolutionary Way to Worship

Bringing the Kingdom of God home.

Since the dawn of the pandemic in 2020, churches and religious ministries have seen some intense hardship. However, one thing we’ve realized is that worship can be just as fulfilling and impactful for believers in their own homes. Welcome to eChurch Network: a resource for up-and-coming Pastors and Ministers to learn more about the Kingdom of God as it relates to the online church.

Learning and Ordainment

We offer seminary courses, online training, certification, licensing, and coordination for your ministry venture. Get ready to launch your online church with our educational courses.

Broadcast Your Service

eChurch Network is part of an online broadcasting network including pastors, videographers, and set designers. Our services will help you reach your audience: at-home worshippers.

Get Ordained

Our ministry team can help you get ordained; start your own online church and broadcast it through the eChurch Network!

Get Connected

Meet & connect with other pastors who are leading online worship ministries.

Get Broadcasted

Connect with our network partners to begin streaming and uploading ministry content for your community of faith.

Church Building

eChurch Network gives you the tools you need to develop your own online ministry and church services. From online learning and biblical courses to certifications and ordainment, we can help you get off on the right foot. When you’re ready to launch your ministry, we can help you broadcast your content. After all, it isn’t a building that makes the church – it’s the people.

Our Mission & Vision

To promote Ecumenical remote worship and online church creation

The eChurch Network was created to serve as an online resource center and broadcast support for church building. Through the eChurch Network, you can become ordained, learn more about biblical topics, and broadcast your teachings to new online audiences.

Psalms 100:1-2

“Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.”