If you're a user of the Church Content Plugin plugin for WordPress (which powered Church.ly) and are looking to move to a new tool for your messages, it's easy to make the switch to Series Engine and take all of your valuable sermon archives with you.
We only support importing from Church Content Plugin v2.2.1+.
It may have taken years to build your sermon archives in the Church Content Plugin, but it only takes seconds to bring them over to Series Engine. Here's a detailed walk-through...
None of your Church Content Plugin data will be harmed. If you're worried about starting the import, don't be. Series Engine just copies the data into its own database, so in the rare instance that something messes up, your Church Content Plugin plugin and data will be just how you left it.
Messages and Series will be associated with a new Series Type. You don't have to use it, but Series Engine will automatically created a "Church Content Plugin Content" Series Type (just in case you want to embed that content without including any existing Series Engine Messages or Series).
If you have a PDF specified for your sermon, it will automatically become the "featured file" for the Message. If you want to change that after the fact, you can in the "Links/Downloads" section of a Message.
You'll want to add graphics for your Series. Message images will port over fine, but you'll likely want to go in and add graphics for your Series (to be used in the Series Archives views, Podcasts, and other places throughout the plugin).
You'll eventually want to edit your Speakers. Speaker names will be imported, but the formatting is different between plugins. At some point, you will want to edit those Speakers and properly break up the "First Name" and "Last Name" values for proper alphabetical sorting. Church Content Plugin stores all name information as a single field, so that's why they're imported oddly.
All of your media should move just fine. Your audio links, video links, and "iframe" or "embed" based embed codes will move over fine. If you previously used a shortcode-based embed code system for video files, those won't work with Series Engine, so you'll want to replace those codes.