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.
Helping people transition to online giving is hard. We want to provide you with a guide on how to make the world of online giving more approachable to your congregation.
Nothing can replace being face-to-face, but community is still possible, and we want to show you how you can lean on Groups to give your church a place to find it.
This blog is an overview of how you can use the free People product to quickly find those people in your congregation who are in need and follow up with them.
Here are some of the tools in your Planning Center tool belt that might help you and your church get through the Coronavirus.
This blog is a collection of some of our best-practices and pro tips as you prepare for what might be one of your busiest and most important Sundays of the year.
It might be the new year, but it's not too late to say a thoughtful thank you to the people who got you through the last twelve months of ministry.
Losing track of notes happens to the best of us, but it doesn't have to happen to your congregation's prayer requests—put the right systems in place with People.
Here are some best practices for how to create opportunities for connection on Sundays, as well as how to build those relationships throughout the week.
Best practices for how you can use Planning Center People and Services to care for and coordinate your children's ministry volunteers.
Check out this video to learn how to create a volunteer pipeline to help you find new volunteers for your team using our use our free application, People.
Here are six ways you can use Planning Center to help you capture every opportunity to connect with students and make sure no one gets lost in the crowd.