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How to Create a Sermon Series
How to Create a Sermon Series
This article will show how to create a sermon series using Podcast and Sermon Categories.
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Written by Paul Cox
Updated over a week ago

As you add more and more sermon content to your website, a helpful way to organize your sermons is by series. This article will show you how to create a sermon series using the Podcast & Sermon Categories.

1. Select Podcasts & Sermons in your Dashboard

Login to your website. Go to your dashboard. Select the Podcasts & Sermons tab.

2. Select Categories

When you land on your Podcasts & Sermons page, you'll see a list of all of your sermons you've published. Select Categories in the top right corner of the page.

3. Quick Edit to Change Category Name

If you are adding your first category, there will be one preset in your category list called "Church." Keep this category, but let's name it to All Sermons. Change the slug to sermons—this is the name you see on the end of your URL. Click Update Category. When you add any sermon, it's helpful to add it to the current sermon series

Note: The Quick edit feature is found by hovering over a category name and is handy for editing the category, viewing the category page, and locating the RSS Feed to share on Podcasting channels like Apple Podcasts.

4. Create Your Sermon Series

To create your Sermon Series, add the Name and Subtitle. Next, add the Main Image for your sermon series by dragging and dropping your image into the media library. Finally, select Religion>Christianity for your Podcast Category. You can fill in any other information you like, such as a short description, but these four fields are the basic requirements. Click Add New Category to finish creating your Sermon Series.

5. View Your Sermon Series Page

You did it! You now have a new sermon series ready to add your individual sermons to. Hover over the name and select View. You should see your sermon series graphic, but that's it. Now, go add some sermons!

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