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6 Popular Church Management Systems That Already Include Online Registration


Are all of your ministries using the same tools for church service registration and ticketed events? Make the experience more streamlined by using the same platform across ministries. Here, we’ll explore church management systems with online registration. 

As a church grows, it’s not uncommon to find that each ministry area is using a different tool to accomplish a similar goal. One common area this occurs is in event ticketing or registration. The youth department might use EventBrite while the men’s ministry uses SignUpGenius.  And while many churches are limiting attendance and require reservation, Sunday morning services have quickly become a ticketed event, as well.

Instead of using multiple tools for the same function, use the church’s existing ChMS tool to allow people to register for events online. Thankfully, many ChMS tools already include an online ticketing feature.

#1 – Breeze

Breeze is a church management system that supports event scheduling and online registration. Users can also create custom registration forms within the platform for each unique event. With Breeze, attendees can also pay for the event at the time of sign-up.  

#2 – FaithLife Equip

With FaithLife Equip, users can create events and then automatically start promoting on the church’s website and on presentations during services. STOP Individuals can RSVP for events, but they don’t have the ability to sell tickets online (yet). Additionally, Equip includes media to use in event announcements such as graphics for baby dedications, Bible studies, and more.

#3 – FaithTeams

With Custom Forms, churches can create sign-up forms so people can register for events. This feature includes the ability to accept registration payments within the form. Users can embed these forms into their church website, share them via social media, or link to a form from a button on their website.

 #4 – Planning Center

One of the products Planning Center offers is an event registration tool. With registrations, users can create various attendee types with unique pricing and requirements. Within a registration, you can provide attendees with the option to purchase additional items that correspond to the event. Registrants can pay for their tickets and additional items. You can also provide early bird (or other) discounts, run reports, and send email reminders to attendees.

#5 – Realm

Realm is a church management system that offers online registration as well as registration form functionality. Within the form, attendees can pay fees for scheduled events and provide any anticipated or requested information.

Check out our list of options to help your church assign seats for services and events.

#6 – TouchPoint

The TouchPoint ChMS includes an optional module for processing reserved seating ticket sales. Users can build venues in their TouchPoint database, create events, set social distancing rules, and sell tickets online or in person. 

If your church isn’t using a ChMS yet, or if yours doesn’t include online ticketing functionality, there are standalone options to consider, also. 


  1. EventBrite is a popular registration software tool that allows users to quickly create professional event ticketing and registration pages. Whether hosting a conference, course, or outreach, their streamlined technology supports registration on all devices.
  2. Regpacks has technology that is flexible enough to handle a variety of scenarios at a price that every organization can afford. The custom form builder allows you to develop a unique form flow for each user.
  3. SignUpGenius is an inexpensive tool that comes with online registration and payment features. It also includes various themes for churches, camps, and other event or organization types.

There you have it, 6 popular church management systems with online registration. 

These tools are incredible assets as you plan events and host services at church. Using technology — especially if it’s a known entity that everyone’s already familiar with — to facilitate your efforts can streamline processes and make life easier for staff, volunteers, and attendees.

Have you utilized your church’s existing ChMS for ticketing or online registration? Leave a comment and share your experience with us. 

Deborah Ike
Deborah Ike
Deborah Ike is the Founder of The Church Operations Toolkit, a resource for those who serve behind-the-scenes in their churches. In addition to serving in ministry, Deborah worked for an international consulting firm and a Fortune 500 company as a consultant, project manager, and risk management analyst. Deborah is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP)® through the Project Management Institute.


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