Is it possible for a Church App to Help Increase Engagement?

Is it possible for a Church App to Help Increase Engagement?

If you’re like most small church leaders, you’ve probably heard about church software free but haven’t given them much thought (either with your budget or your time). I understand. It’s just another item on a never-ending list of things to do.

What if I told you that a church app could help boost engagement, community, discipleship, and giving? I see your skepticism. And here’s another question: What if I told you that you could get a church app for free and set it up in a matter of hours?

Consider it.

We are constantly creating so many new and exciting things at Faithlife that we can barely keep up with telling you about them all. But, you guessed it: in addition to our free online community with built-in free newsletters, digital bulletins, event calendars, unlimited subgroups, messaging, video chat, and more, you also get a free church app, allowing your church to stay connected to your community at any time and from any location.

But here’s the thing about church apps: you have to build them and use them correctly to reap the benefits. In this article, I’ll show you how to create your church app, launch it, and fully integrate it into the life of your congregation. I guarantee that if you put in the effort, you will be rewarded.

– Concerning the Faithlife Church App

We do not currently create custom apps for each church. Rather, we have a single app called Faithlife, in which users can follow various groups, including your church. Members of your church must select your church as the one they want to see in the Church tab, which will prioritize your church in the Church tab, sermons tab, and feed.

There are benefits and drawbacks to having a consolidated app like this, and your church must ultimately decide what is best for your community. However, for a free church app, you get a lot of amazing bells and whistles right out of the box that will suit most single-site churches quite well.

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