Are you looking for photos to use for the next post on your Facebook page? Need graphics for your church announcements? Here are some of the best websites that offer free stock photos and graphics to meet your needs:

Ministry Designs

With over 10,000 free church graphics and media available at this site, Ministry Designs gives lots of options for you to choose from. What’s great about this site is that its materials are exclusively made for church needs.


Freepik is a source for free vectors, PSDs, icons, and photos. The platform uploads over 80,000 exclusive free resources every month, designed by Freepik’s team or the community of graphic designer and vector artist contributors. It allows users free resources for personal and commercial projects. However, when you use free resources, you must give credit. As a free registered user, you are allowed to download 30 resources per day. 


Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing stock photography in its growing library of over 1.5 million photos. Their license gives their users the right to copy, modify, distribute, and use the images for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to their photographers or to Unsplash.


StockSnap gives its users an ever-expanding collection of high-quality, beautiful stock images for free. Their license allows you to download, copy, modify, and distribute the photos, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.


Pexels gives its users great photos and videos that can be used everywhere for free. Their pictures and videos are free for commercial use, but for some cases, you may need the permission or consent of the third-party contributors.


Pixabay is a free-to-use website for sharing photos, illustrations, vector graphics, and even film footage. Their materials are safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.


Stockio offers not just a collection of stock images; it also provides for other design needs like fonts, vectors, videos, and icons. All photos are free for personal and commercial use, and no attribution is required.


Vecteezy is a platform that offers millions of free vector graphics contributed by artists from all over the world. Being such a big community of vector designers, Vecteezy adds fresh content each day. You can sign up for free, but they also have paid features. Most of its graphics come with a standard license, which means that you can use them in premium and commercial projects by giving attribution to the author.

And that’s all! We hope this list will help you find those stock photos or graphics that you need.

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