TECHNOLOGY AND CHURCH GROWTH 2

In the first article of the technology and church growth series here, we had an in-depth introduction that highlighted reasons churches do not adequately leverage technology and why churches need technology. We also noted important technology for churches and will be introducing one of these technologies known as Churchplus today.

CHURCHPLUS

ChurchPlus is a web-based church management software that offers church leaders, pastors and church administrators technology tools to improve administration, ensure effectiveness and efficiency. It enables the Church to manage its entire data operations including people management, financial reporting, internal communication and performance measurement across all church activities.

FEATURES OF CHURCHPLUS

  • Automated Follow up process.
  • First Timers tracking system.
  • Communication with members using SMS and Email.
  • Membership Database.
  • Church accounting solution for finances tracking and management.
  • An extensive reporting system for analysis.
  • Church Events Management.
  • Automated birthday and celebration messages.
  • Payment gateway integration.
CHURCHPLUS DASHBOARD

BENEFITS OF CHURCHPLUS

  • Builds a happier relationship between the church and the members.
  • Improves First Timer retention.
  • 99.9% delivery rate on all sent SMS including DND numbers.
  • Accessibility and integrity of all church data.
  • Accessible on every internet-enabled device.
  • Church Events Management.
  • It is convenient and easy to use solution.

HOW TO GET STARTED ON CHURCHPLUS

To get started on Churchplus, all you need is internet access and your laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Visit www.churchplus.co and request an instant demo or you can go right ahead to sign up for a free 14-day trial here.

The next article in the technology and church growth series will highlight another technology tool for churches. Its usefulness, benefits and how to get started on using it. Is there any tool you would like us to look at? Please leave a comment below. For other articles on technology for the church visit here