There's a good chance you got into ministry to care for and shepherd people through personal, face-to-face relationships, not to depend on a church database, and it's been more and more difficult as your ministry has grown, especially over the last year.
But more and more each day, you realize the needs of your people continue to grow as they navigate through their daily lives, more and more disconnected from their Christian community and from you.
They continue to create new habits, navigate unique struggles, and learn to look for faith-based content online - or not.
A church management system with built-in congregant engagement tools could allow you to stay connected to your folks, provide ways to request their feedback or share their needs or concerns, and help them stay connected with each other.
Perhaps it's time to consider the Communitas Engagement Platform, church software that's focused on the success of each congregant, just like you were when you first got into ministry.
A Church Platform built for your congregants.
We believe that your ChMS can contribute to the ministry success of each person in your community, whether by surfacing opportunities for more personalized ministry offerings or even connecting your folks into a supportive and loving Christian community.
That all starts by better understanding each person at a deeper level:
- What is their background?
- What are their struggles - now and in the past?
- What has their journey been up to this point?
- What is their faith background?
- Who are the members of their family, and what are their family dynamics?
Modern church software can and should create deeper and more secure engagement opportunities than appropriate on social media channels.
Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok are great for helping people discover your community, but there's a lot of baggage that comes with leveraging an advertising platform or rented property.
Better ministry through more intentional engagement.
As your folks engage throughout your ministry platform, you can create opportunities to help them keep their personal data updated through conversational offerings, not sterile, generic forms.
And yes, we agree it's important for you to have their current mailing address, phone numbers, and email addresses. There's a time and a place for your church to have access to that data.
More importantly, and for the sake of creating better life change outcomes, we want to help you gather deeper data that offer deeper insights.
We want to help you provide opportunities for you to invite your folks into more personalized discipleship opportunities through customized content and deeper, more personal relationships with each other and with God.
Ministry is meant to be built through relationships.
And in today's world, relationships are created, nurtured, and grown in both the physical and digital worlds.
If you're looking for a church software partner who has a heart for the success of each person in your community, like you, and is on a mission to build the Church of the Future, focused on stronger Christian communities, we'd love to chat.