SEO for long form page

I had a designer help me with my site and I'm fearing that I may be losing SEO value in the way things are setup.

For our services page, he listed everything out long form with anchor tags to the specific area.  In doing that, I'm not sure there's really a good way to let search engines know what that page is about, and take advantage of the multiple areas we serve.  I know he did it with the intent to make it nice and manageable, but I'm afraid it may not be optimized for traffic.

Here's the page.
http://simplifychurch.com/solutions/#bookkeeping

should I break each of those out into separate pages?
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Lucas BishopClick TrackerCommented:
From an SEO perspective, it is more difficult to optimize a single page for multiple topics and even when optimized as best as possible, still may not provide the results you are after. For example:

Instead of focusing on cohesiveness between title/h1/content (like you would with a multi-page site) you have to focus on less intuitive ways of segmenting the content (cohesive css-id titles, anchor link titles, h1, content). This takes a bit more technical know-how, as you're focused on editing more components that effect page layout.

Ideally you will want Google to index specific sections of your site as if they were individual pages. Since these sections don't necessarily have descriptions (ie. meta-description) the way they are potentially displayed in search results may not be what you expect. Here is an example of how anchors are shown as site-links in the search results. Ultimately, Google isn't guaranteeing they will show the anchor link as a search result, however they may show it as a site-link 'snippet'.

On a side note, there are a few pages indexed on your site you may want to remove. These appear to be informational overviews on the template you are using for the site design: 1, 2, 3. There may be more, I just took a quick glance.

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