In part 4 of this Church Data Storage tutorial series, we are going to look at reports.
Currently the clerk of council.
In part 3 of this Church Data Storage tutorial series, we are going to look at workflows.
In part 2 of this Church Data Storage tutorial series (part I found here), we are going to create the lists that are useful in a CRC context.
My church is in the process of redoing our member directory. It's a big job and this time we are putting everything into an online database (Planning Center). Here's a tutorial on getting started.
We have had a non-CRC pastor (fully ordained with masters of divinity, cleared by classis, and submitting to our classically appointed councilor) helping us out. A member suggested that it is improper for this pastor to raise his hands during blessings or benedictions...
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We now use planning center people as our principle database and have built custom reports for household reports, printed directory, etc. The online directory is by a company called adjace that...
We are in the process of redoing our directory after a multi-year hiatus. It was a big job getting everybody's information current again. This time around everything went into an online database...