Moving to a new town can be difficult. You’re packing up your life memories into cardboard boxes to be shipped to a new town filled with unfamiliar faces and places. This is also a time when you say goodbye to the church you’ve grown up with and loved. One of your first missions is to find a new church in your area to call home. You start your search online, possibly attending one of the closest places the following Sunday to see how you like it.
As an administrator of the church, it is imperative to attract those visiting your church, such as the situation above, in order to hopefully build a lasting relationship. Many of you are use to the traditional administrative approach, but now there is church management software (ChMS) that can help turn your first time visitors into long-lasting and thriving members.
Church management software is the perfect tool to reach out and follow up with a potential member. It also provides tools in order to engage the visitor to hopefully come back again. It is also interesting to point out that churches that use multiple facets such as mail, email, visits, and phone calls are more likely to grow than those who do not. Start getting connected! Learn more, check out the infographic below by FellowshipOne and ChurchCentral.com titled, ‘Maximize Ministry, Minimize Administration.’