Volunteering shouldn’t be a chore. Make managing volunteers, their roles, their groups, and their classes easier by helping with recruiting, multi-campus scheduling and mission needs.
Volunteering happens with a card in the offering, a visit to an info table, showing up for an event or registering online. These are pooled into a single group that serves as the dashboard to see spiritual gifts, interests, background check date, contact notes and follow up dates. The group becomes your recruiting pipeline and dashboard.
Schedules & Reminders
Schedule calendar serving assignments and email / text people to accept or decline. With one click, volunteers see and manage their volunteer schedule. Team leaders receive a response notification with a link to see and manage their full calendar. Two emails and texts automatically remind volunteers about their service responsibilities.
Managing Teams as Groups
From the pipeline group, volunteers are transferred to their ministry teams. From here the team leader can communicate by email or text and track the involvement of all team members.
Manage all your mission teams using the same system as your other ministry teams and events. Your volunteer leaders will already be familiar with how to use the system from using it with their Bible Study groups or other ministry teams.
By adding a simple profile question with a response for each campus, you will be able to manage and track teams from different campuses separately or together as needed. If you spin a campus off as a church plant, it will be easy to move the teams and data.
“Churchteams has brought us all together! The Pastor, Associate Pastor, and the Team Leaders can send out their own communications. With the scheduling feature, the communications are sent out automatically! That has saved a lot of time as well as helped with Volunteers showing up when needed. The online directory has helped our members and regular attenders stay in touch with one another too. We utilize the groups to set up volunteer teams for different jobs throughout the church. We have more involvement from members and regular attenders than ever before!”