Here in the run-up to Echo 2012 rolling out a series of posts featuring sponsors we’re honored to work with in hosting Echo Conference.
It has been said that technology makes a good slave but a poor master. Church Community Builder is, to me, a prime example of technology that serves. It’s software that empowers intentional ministry through data, organization, communication, and powerful administrative tools. In fact, I think the CCB team says it best:
Church Community Builder is the pioneer of socially-driven Church Management Software. Our company was formed out of a need and a passion to improve community, connectedness, and communication within the local church. CCB’s web-based church management system streamlines the daily administration and leadership of a church by providing that one right place to enter, track and manage critical information. CCB meets the needs of today’s “wired” churches with easy-to-use, straightforward, dependable technology. Our ultimate goal is to help churches build a loyal, committed community that can connect, communicate, and serve in today’s web-oriented culture.
Features include: event management, calendars, church membership, financial tracking, assimilation, check-in, small group management, public website integration, online giving, multisite, volunteer scheduling, facility and equipment approval, attendance tracking, forms, messaging, church-wide communication, process queues, reporting, API integration and more.
Those are the kinds of tools I was talking about — tools that empower intentional ministry. Find out more at ChurchCommunityBuilder.com, and be sure to take a look at their brand new check-in interface while you’re at it. I think you’ll be glad you did.
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.