More than 670 participating churches and nonprofits, many of them predominantly black or Hispanic, have new sites. They include African Methodist Episcopal, Church of the Nazarene, United Methodist and nondenominational congregations as well as chapters of the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.
“A lot of people could not afford to buy the domain and some of the churches are rural churches,” said Kimber. “We are certainly dealing with the digital divide and trying to open the doors for more advancement for people who are in need.”