Join 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.
Tags: Best Practices
The Dashboard release last fall brings all kinds of efficiencies to accessing what you need as soon as you login. The most visual of the these is the Metric Card. In this post, I'm going to take you step by step adding two of the most common reports used by pastors and staff to the Metrics Card. You'll see how to do this so that even pastors and staff that don't need access to giving can have the giving summary on their dashboard as soon as they login.
It has been a busy last few months listening to clients, working on upgrades, making Churchteams continually better.
Tags: New Release
"How do I set up check-in for our church?" The answer to that question continues to evolve as we continue to adopt newer and better technology. I'm going to skip the history lesson and jump right into the decisions you need to make now about check-in and then give you a general process for implementing them.
Tags: Check-in & Family
Watch this NEW, very creative video to see how church management software is being used to help pastors and staff mobilize their church for ministry.
Last fall I started a blog series on Small Groups called Aim Small. My hope with this series is to bring together our best learnings about managing small groups that make disciples.
In the last post, I showed you how attendance helps you recognize the trust level in your groups. Like heat is vital to baking bread, so trust is essential to authentic relationships.
Tags: Small Groups
For Church Geeks like us, January means it's time to send out giving statements. You could send out the familiar "thank you and here's what happened last year" cover letter that you print, stuff in an envelope, seal, stamp and mail. But, it's 2020 and there are some creative things you can do to spice it up this year. Here are some thoughts on how to salt your giving statement content and pepper your process.
The last two weeks of every year I review and summarize sermon and Quiet Time insights I journaled that year. These influence goal-setting for the following year.
Relationships are a big deal for us. That's obviously true since we build software around relationship management. But, it's also true in how we meet, train and support churches. We love hanging out with you guys!
A number of years ago we started getting questions about User's Gatherings. We decided to try one in April, 2018 and had about 25 friends join us for a really encouraging half day together. Everyone wanted to do it again, but longer. The Facebook Churchteams closed group was birthed from this event.
Tags: About us