Church PSD Template

Church PSD Template

Introduction

Church is an modren PSD theme with clean, minimal and universal design. This template has emphasis on content and different elements for multipurpose usewill and it is perfectly suit for church and any non-commercial website or blog. The layout is design in Photoshop cs6 and with a highly professional process to make it easy to use and redesign. With the help of smart object and vector objects you can easily change the design according to your requirement. And also with the help of place holder you can easily identify the image container and can change your own image version. Colourized layer indicator helps you to identify the sections and the elements, so that you can easily change any design and elements according to your requirement. The template included 10 well-organized, editable psd files, Free Google fonts, also free icons and Well Organised Layers. You can easily change texts, content, images, objects and color palette. Key Features

  • 02 Different index page
  • Easy to customize
  • Clean and elegant design
  • Well organized layers
  • Based on 1170px total grid width
  • Pixel Perfect.
  • Retina Ready
  • Fully Customizable.
  • Free Google Fonts
  • Free Icons
  • and much more…
  • PSD Contents
    • 01_Index
    • 02_Index
    • 03_About
    • 04_Sermons
    • 05_Event
    • 06_Blog
    • 07_Blog single
    • 08_Gallery
    • 09_Contact us
    • 10_404

    PSD Folder Structure

    All layers inside the PSD files are arranged in four main groups as listed below:

  1. Grid
  2. Header
  3. Slider
  4. About
  5. Who we are
  6. Latest Sermons
  7. Latest News
  8. Pastor said
  9. Upcoming Events
  10. Urgent Donation Required
  11. Our Causes
  12. Our Portfolio
  13. Subscribe
  14. Our supporters
  15. Footer
  16. BACKGROUND

Used Fonts

I’ve included one psd with this Template:

Sources and Credits

  1. Fonts : Google Webfonts
  2. Images : Unsplash
  3. Icons : Flaticon

Please note that images used in Screenshots are not included in the package. If you have any questions please feel free to email via my user page contact form here. Thank you.

Date: January 27, 2017