New Software Can Help Us Be the Church We Want
Our backgrounds are all different, but at the core, most of us would love to see our church look like the church in Acts 2:42-47. We have an opportunity to transfer all of our church software platforms to ONE platform that will help us be that church. It will save us money, save us time, and actually help us care for and shepherd people. This church management software/platform is called Church Center. It covers everything from scheduling volunteers to managing small groups, receiving contributions, checking in kids, organizing worship songs, booking facilities, and more.
We have been using their “Planning Center Services” product for years for every aspect of Sunday morning worship. Now, we are going to be able to use them for everything else! I am not a software guy, so I do not get excited about stuff like this. But the more I use Church Center, I am actually excited about this software!
What YOU Can Do
So, if you are a part of CrossPoint, contribute to CrossPoint, and/or want to keep in contact with CrossPoint, make the switch with us! I am attaching step-by-step instructions for this process.
You are receiving this email because you are in the “old”database. If you want to remain connected to CrossPoint, click THIS LINK to register for the “I’m In” event that will get you connected in our new system. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, YOU WILL NO LONGER BE IN CROSSPOINT'S DATABASE. Because we have used Planning Center Services in the past, some of you will already be in the system (or partially so). If you are, please go through the process to make sure your information is updated and everyone in your household is connected in the system. If you have questions or need more details, 1)See the Attachment 2)Come see a "genius" at the Info Center on Sunday!
This is a powerful family. Amazing things are happening...things we’ve never seen before. There is legitimate awe every day. Software is not in the Bible, but it can really help us experience the things that are. And it can help us bring about the church that we all want to be.
Paul Goeke, Lead Pastor