"Let us not give up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another, and all the more as you see the day approaching." Hebrews 10:24-25
Being together gives people courage. It is a spiritual discipline, like time in the Word and prayer, that helps people grow in thinking and living more like Christ. That's why churches create events for people to learn and interact with each other. I'm a raving fan. We built Churchteams to help Churches excel at bringing people together.
Simple. Click here to register for the My Church New Member's class. No logging in, no third party event registration software not associated with your database. We brought two worlds together by building an algorithm that finds people in the database based on the information in the form. I call this "responsive access." Connect people to the Lord and to your church.
Agile. Let people use their phone to fill out your weekly connection card. You can customize everything about our forms. Notice dropdown fields that match your paper connection card. Whatever information you need about an event, you can customize the form to capture. It's even mobile responsive for use on any device. Hear from guests and regulars so that you can respond to best serve them.
Payments. Camp comes every year and is one of the most complex registrations that you do. It involves waivers, payment options and more. Check out what it might look in Churchteams. In this form, there is a fixed amount for each registrant, some additional payment options, and an option for making an initial partial payment or deposit. Fill out the form completely to see the elegance of the payment form. Think of the number of teenagers who meet Christ at camp!
Management. Once registered, staff manage everything about people right in their view of the group. From this page they can email or text reminders or updates, see responses to all questions, see payment amounts, and even click a button that sends an email and text for people to click on to pay the remainder of what they owe. Give your staff a tool to focus on admin less and people more.
"Whoever isolates himself, seeks his own desire, he breaks out against all sound judgement." Proverbs 18:1 ESV
People are prone to bad habits like isolating themselves. That's selfish and unwise. Making it hard for people to connect can be an excuse for them to do what they are prone to do anyway. Church management software, at least Churchteams, can help you remove at least that excuse.