FellowshipOne Team Gathers for Training and Team Building

Last month, we had the opportunity to gather the entire FellowshipOne family together at our headquarters in Dallas for a chance to hear from our leadership and learn the latest advancements with FellowshipOne Premier Insights. We also got to share a meal (or two, and maybe some dessert) and have a little fun along the […]

Planning an Effective Church Budget: Budget Approved, Now What?

A guest blog from the accounting team at PSK. 4 Strategies for Following Through 1. Have a strong platform in place that includes: + A chart of accounts, or a list of the church’s general ledger accounts used to generate financial statements (This should be an exact replica of the church budget.) + Timely financial […]

Cross Functional Teams

This week we hear from one of FellowshipOne’s most experienced employees, Matthew McMaster. My name is Matthew McMaster and I have been an Implementation Manager since March of 2004.  In that time, I have implemented FellowshipOne at over 1,000 churches.  Some of them are very sophisticated in how they communicate within their ministries but most […]

Special Emergency Communications Offer for Churches, Schools and Businesses Impacted by Hurricane Harvey

First and foremost, our family at FellowshipOne would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the families, churches, and communities during this life-changing event that’s affecting your area. Our hearts are heavy thinking about everything your community must be going through, and we’d like to help in any way we can. Communication is critical […]

Fellowship Community Church: Removing data silos and improving member care

Jim Diercks followed a career in the United States defense industry by taking a lead volunteer role with the 1,300-member, two campus church. At the time, their church management system consisted of data silos of excel spreadsheets and Google Apps. for several years, the senior Pastor felt the church had outgrown this system and worried […]

Grow and Empower Community with Small Groups Software

Churches often rely on volunteers to manage and report on the groups in their care. Some churches have hundreds, or even thousands, of groups to monitor and track, which can make the administrative burden seem insurmountable without the proper tools. How can FellowshipOne help your church make that massive amount of data work for you? […]

Who Are Your Super Greeters?

Ideally, everyone is part of the welcome team. Leadership must communicate clearly and regularly to the congregation that everyone is a host, not a guest. Greeters are those awesome volunteers who are quick with a smile and a handshake and can point people in the general direction of the worship center or the restroom. But […]

Small Groups Summer Refresh

Summer is when many ministries of your church may switch gears and do things differently. Here are a few ways that summer can be for a time to refresh your small group leaders and groups. Break the mold Do your group leaders tell you they feel like they’re trying to cram too much into each […]

Creating a Connecting Culture

Pastors often ask us (and themselves), “How do I know my people are connecting?” Great question! It’s actually one that can be taken a couple different ways. The first one is: are people forming relationships? The other is: are people taking steps to participate more deeply in the church? Both are important, and not surprisingly, […]

April Onsite Certification

  The April Onsite Champion Certification Course was a success! We hosted representatives from Arizona, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan and locally here in Texas. We had a blast not only in the classroom, but also when we went to dinner together! This Champion Certification class built upon previous courses taken by adding real life scenarios, hands-on […]