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CLIENT: Comunidad de Fe

Comunidad de Fe is a fast-growing, multi-national, church located in the greater metropolitan area of Miami.  Comunidad reaches it’s faith-based community through rich media channels as well as traditional forms of preaching, evangelism and discipleship programs.

Comunidad de Fe partnered with Donor Depot to re-build its broken web architecture and better equip the church with quality tools to manage digital content, product sales and gift transactions.


Overhaul a broken Drupal site.  Comunidad de Fe required a restructuring of their current Drupal architecture to support fast-paced content updates, promote product sales, accept single and recurring donations for various funds and manage multimedia files such as mp3 files, videos, photos and current events.  Because this ministry is predominantly ministering to spanish speaking parishioners, we were tasked to develop the site in Spanish.  


Because the scope of the project was fairly large and involved, Donor Depot assigned the project to several team members to carefully coordinate and execute the project.  This allowed us to concentrate our efforts around areas of competence, skills and availability.  The first step was to obtain access to the current, broken, Drupal site and migrate content onto a freshly installed Drupal 7 platform.  To overcome language barriers, we relied heavily upon Google translate to assist us with re-organizing content as well as develop Drupal to support custom content types.  


Comunidad de Fe can work off of a unified web-framework to manage:  content, media, sales, tithes and offerings.  Site visitors will enjoy a congruent brand and engage in member activities on a rock-solid, bilingual platform.   


Druapl 7, CiviCRM, Drupal Commerce


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