At the rate of 30% of volunteers quitting to serve each year, the church doesn’t want to give willing community members a reason to join that statistic. Using smart software that allows volunteers to easily and quickly sign up for opportunities helps.
Everything Pushpay does is driven by its purpose to bring people together by strengthening community, connection, and belonging. As part of a new campaign to showcase how churches are making that happen, a team of Pushpay associates hit the road.
Oftentimes, we can make some very bold statements about how churches feel about technology, what they value, or what tools they are prioritizing. But instead of relying on assumptions to answer, Pushpay decided to ask the technology decision-makers and influencers themselves who are figuring out how to harness technology to help them meet their ministry needs.
Pushpay, online giving provider for churches and ministries, announced a sweeping update to its product this week at Summit, their annual conference. Pushpay welcomed more than 1,100 churches and more than 20 thought leaders to the stage to provide tactical ways church leadership teams can solve their toughest ministry problems in areas including technology, communication, engagement and more.
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