2020 User's Gathering in 102 Days!

Posted by Boyd Pelley on 2/18/20 10:00 AM
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NOTE:  As of 3/18/20, because of Covid 19, we are delaying a final decision on whether to continue with the User's Gathering until April 15th.  


CT_C_color@4xJoin our staff and so far over 40 other Churchteams clients for a couple days of focused training to improve your Churchteams skills at our User's Gathering this Spring.  Our goal is to provide not just a fun time together with CT staff you've interacted with, but also with other people doing exactly what you do.  

We're planning more of a workshop format like we do when we do on-site training so that you and your team can walk away not just inspired, but also with significant steps made toward implementing more efficient use of Churchteams.  It doesn't matter where you and your team are in your use of the software, there will be a track for you.

  1. Crawl  - You are just starting or hardly using Churchteams.
  2. Walk - You use it for one or a few things but know there is much more to learn.
  3. Run - You are pushing the envelope on the software and would love to share things you've learned as well as learn from others using it well.


Gathering Location: 

Fellowship Of The Parks, 9900 N. Beach St. Fort Worth, TX.  (About 20 minutes from DFW airport).


Dates and Schedule:

May 31.  Arrive and enjoy area on your own. 

June 1.  9 to 5 meet at FOTP.  Dinner at a Ft. Worth classic restaurant afterward included.

June 2.  9 to 3 at FOTP.  Catch an evening flight home if you want.



We have group pricing at Marriott Fort Worth, Alliance Town Center.  About a mile from the church.

$149 + tax king, $159 + tax double queen. 

Click here  or call (817) 753-6100 and mention "Churchteams Group" to register before May 1st.  


Gathering Ticket: 

$75 per person - Includes 2 lunches, dinner out, and on-site expenses.

Register Now


Come, meet the staff you talk to all the time and learn a few things to sharpen your use of Churchteams. We'll see you in Fort Worth!


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