There are moments when a company needs to take a firm stand on an issue because silence and neutrality are themselves a statement. This is one of those moments.
An annual budget or a plan to build a new building usually starts with a question: what can we accomplish as a community? A pledge campaign can help you find the answer.
With the new household field in Forms, you can collect all the necessary information you need to check in an entire family before they even get to church.
When you are ready to start planning events again, getting them on the calendar will be much easier with the brand new event templates feature.
Messaging is still in beta, while we work on polishing things up, but we didn't want to wait too long before we released a few updates!
Limiting attendance for social distancing is necessary for many of us—here are some of our best practices for facilitating smaller gatherings, at home and on campus.
There are a few key tools you can leverage as you transition to meeting in person. This post is about connecting with your congregation as you begin to plan.
We want to assure you that the essentials of our company's DNA, and what we promise to provide to our churches, is not changing.
We renamed Planning Center Resources to Calendar! It’s more than facilities management, it's also a central calendar for church-wide event scheduling.
We launched the newest version of Planning Center University—live, online training courses on each application, regularly scheduled once every 3-4 months.
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