Family Check-In: Printer Setup

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Family Check-in (AKA Child Check-In) is the best way to keep your children’s ministry safe and secure. It only requires 2 things: A computer and a printer. When it comes to computers, we’re not all going to agree on which to use. Some people prefer PC’s, while others like Mac or ios. In this day in age, it’s just a … Read More

Virtual Connect Cards

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Whether it’s on the back of a pew or behind a chair, many ministries use some sort of “Connect Card” to connect with their people. These cards are used for: Guest follow-up Volunteer signups Prayer requests Giving & more… As we continue to navigate through COVID and keep our people safe, many of us have greatly limited or completely eliminated … Read More

Using Age Categories

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You probably knew that ChurchTrac has built-in Age Categories. Did you know that you can edit and auto-assign them as well? What are Age Categories? Age Categories are selection fields built into ChurchTrac that give you an easy way to organize groups of people by their age. You can have as many (or as little) as you’d like. Upon adding … Read More

Creating Smart Lists With Tags

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Tags are already a great way to organize your people. So great in fact, that we’re seeing many churches convert a large number of their User Defined Fields over to Tags. Using Tags with Smart Lists, that’s taking things to the next level! View people with a Tag The People Screen already makes it easy to bring up people that … Read More

Should I use User Defined Fields or Tags?

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Keeping track of church people is never an easy task. Like a fingerprint, every person is unique and has their own unique talents, strengths, family, and past experience. We have to quickly determine what information is important to keep track of as well as figure out a way to organize our people into Smart Lists and more! When churches start … Read More

Guest Follow-Up: A Team Effort

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When it comes to following up with guests that visit our church, it’s a team effort. You can have a great guest follow-up without a team. For example, you or your pastor may be amazing at connecting with guests and first time visitors. You could have a person in charge of a welcome center that really “kills” it with connecting … Read More

5 Reasons to use Worship|Scheduling

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ChurchTrac is packed with a lot of great features to help you plan your worship services and schedule volunteers. Because there are so many great things that are included, it’s hard to really outline every single feature and what it’s capable of. So instead, we’ll highlight our top 5! Our 5 favorite Worship & Scheduling Features: 1. Side-By-Side Side-By-Side enables … Read More

This is kind of a BIG Deal: Automatic Online Giving Deposits

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If you’re using ChurchTrac Online Giving and Accounting, listen up. 👂 By the way… you can try our Church Accounting Free for 30-Days on our Plus Plan to see how it stacks up to other paid and free church accounting software. On top of our easy to use church accounting features, you’ll also get features like Worship Planning, Volunteer Scheduling, and … Read More

Team Leaders

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Scheduling church volunteers has never been easier with our NEW Worship/Scheduling Screen. Did you know that as you create your different teams, you can designate someone to be a team leader for them? Why Create Team Leaders? It gives your leaders the opportunity to own their ministry. They can be in charge of scheduling people for their team and receive … Read More

Event Fields and Form Cards

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Churches use forms and signup sheets all the time. We use them to sign up for discipleship groups, get plugged into serving opportunities, or simply send prayer requests. They’re an important means of communication with our people on a regular basis. Did you know that you can create forms and signups with ChurchTrac? ChurchTrac gives you the ability to create … Read More