No more juggling. Multi-site church management is possible with church growth software that works from both a campus-specific perspective and from a high level view through central operations.
As churches evaluate their strategy for moving deeper into their communities, addressing overflow issues, or managing church growth, they turn—more and more—to the multi-site model. Because with the knowledge that most people want to attend a church within 15 minutes of their homes, it makes more sense to show up in more communities than to build new buildings on existing sites.
While the movement is still in its infancy, it is gaining momentum despite the unique challenges it holds. Successful multi-site leaders are blazing the trail and documenting their experiences of church growth and church planting, sharing clear warnings of what not to do, and best practices that have been fruitful.
One thing they all agree on is the need for a reliable church management software tool that can manage the myriad details that every church faces, as well as the overarching needs of multiple campuses.
Here’s how church growth software from ACTIVE Faith’s Fellowship One helps multi-site leaders:
In his article entitled “Why Plant Churches,” Tim Keller wrote, “The vigorous, continual planting of new congregations is the single most crucial strategy for 1) the numerical growth of the Body of Christ in any city, and 2) the continual corporate renewal and revival of the existing churches in a city. Nothing else--not crusades, outreach programs, para-church ministries, growing mega-churches, congregational consulting, nor church renewal processes--will have the consistent impact of dynamic, extensive church planting.”
Church planting is on the rise. Fellowship One supports this movement with special pricing.
Here’s how ACTIVE Faith’s Fellowship One helps church plant leaders:
Take your church growth and new church plants to the next level with multi-site church management software. Get more information about ACTIVE Faith's church growth software.