Best Practices

Managing and maintaining a church management software system can represent a significant investment in time and resources. Even with a tool belt full of education and training, sometimes the best advice comes from other church leaders who are facing the same issues and using the same products to find solutions. We call these best practices.

TechTarget defines a best practice this way:
“… a technique or methodology that, through experience and research, has proven to reliably lead to a desired result. A commitment to using the best practices in any field is a commitment to using all the knowledge and technology at one’s disposal to ensure success.”

In this section, we’re spotlighting several dynamic churches who have developed best practices and are finding success with FellowshipOne in new and exciting ways.

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    The Rock Church Case Study

    The Rock began using FellowshipOne in 2001, but only used children's check-in. Nine years later, the then new database administrator, saw that the massive potential of the software was barely even being touched. Rapid growth had created logistical data nightmares.

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    Check-in: McLean Bible Church

    Multi-Site church McLean Bible develops a creative way to use their FellowshipOne check-in in a remote, wireless area.

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    Online Giving: Hope Fellowship

    Hope Fellowship Church beta-tested FellowshipOne's Giving 2.0. Despite their low-key promotion of online giving and an occasional decrease in their attendance rates, they completely eliminated seasonal giving slumps.

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