You can let people know more about the kind of individuals who go there regularly, and also whether the sermons are enjoyable or about as endurable as watching an entire season of Gilmore Girls in one sitting.
Navigating the site is made all the more instant (and intuitive) by way of sections such as the one that gathers together all the most recent top ratings. And you can also visualize the recent comments in an equally uncomplicated fashion.
When all is said and done, this site fills in a gap that (come to think of it) was quite noticeable. Some people will obviously look askance on it, but I think that as long as the reviews and comments are kept respectful and moderated then there should be no legitimate reason for objecting to this site.
ChurchRater.com In Their Own Words
“Every Sunday close to 350,000 churches open their doors to the public. How do you know what you’re walking into? What will the pastor be talking about? What kind of people attend?
ChurchRater lets you read what others say about the church and rate your own experience. ChurchRater lets you talk back after sitting through a sermon. ChurchRater lets you… find a church that fits.”
Why ChurchRater.com It Might Be A Killer
There is nothing like it available elsewhere.