Leadership Inspiration for the Month

By Mark DeMoss, Director of Customer Success and Billing I can not count to 20. That would be a true statement of my 3-year-old granddaughter.  But she doesn’t describe herself that way.  Instead, she gleefully declares “I can count to 10!”  And she immediately begins with “1, 2, 3…” all the way to “10”.  She […]

7 Visitor Gift Ideas That Make Them Feel Welcome

Making visitors feel welcome when they arrive at your church is top priority. Preferred parking, enthusiastic greeters and a comfortable environment all play an important part in the essential first impression. But perhaps nothing has become a standard welcome in today’s church like providing a generous welcome gift to first-time guests. Here are seven affordable […]

Information You MUST Collect from Church Visitors

When first-time visitors arrive, churches are often excited to collect as much information from them as possible. First name, last name, address, email, phone number, text number, salvation status, how they learned about the church, ministries they’re interested in, prayer requests, children’s names and ages… How much is too much? When the rubber meets the […]

The Best Times to Get Visitor Information

Most community-focused churches welcome new visitors on a weekly basis. And holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter are always busy times when visitors enter the doors. Making first-time visitors feel especially welcome starts from the moment they turn into the parking lot and extends long past the time the service ends. But follow-up can be […]

Budget-Friendly Gifts for First-Time Guests [Infographic]

Creating an inviting church that makes visitors want to return is an essential component to church growth. One of the ways you can make a great first impression that can result in a lasting impression with your guests is by blessing them with a great first-time gift. Investing in a thoughtful gift not only communicates […]

5 Ways to Welcome First-time Visitors

When your church receives first-time visitors, you want to be sure they always feel welcome. Here are five tried-and-true ways to do exactly that and encourage them to return. Make First-time Visitors Feel Welcome with Preferred Parking The moment first-time visitors turn into your parking lot, they can feel anxious. To ease the anxiety, help […]

5 Must-Have Children’s Check-in Codes

Checking children into Sunday School or Kid’s Church isn’t only about tracking attendance. The latest technology allows children’s directors and volunteers to check kids into their classrooms while gaining valuable information during the process—through children’s check-in codes. Two Children’s Check-in Codes Every Church Should Have When checking-in children for church, it goes without saying that […]

Why Your Church Check-in Should Include Volunteers

Church Check-in: It’s not just for kids! Church check-in is great for volunteers, too. For years, churches have realized the many benefits of checking in children for Sunday School and Kid’s Church: It’s an affordable solution not only for tracking attendance but—more importantly—it helps make sure each child goes home with the parent or guardian […]

Live Stream Your Easter Service. Here’s How

Easter is right around the corner, are you ready? If you have ever thought about starting live streaming at your church, there’s still time to be up and running before Easter.   You can start live streaming for your church this Easter Sunday and here’s how.  FellowshipOne, in partnership with ChurchStreaming, is excited to tell you […]

Church check-ins for children give parents peace of mind

Over the last few decades, the need for church safety and security has increased drastically. Security incidents and even tragedies are commonplace in today’s headlines. There are however, easy and low-cost ways churches can help parents have peace of mind when checking in their children. Having an electronic children’s check-in system is a vital part […]