You Must Have a Church Application

Comscore says that 57% (or more) of digital media users spend most of their time using mobile apps. Mobile-friendly websites are common in churches, but if your church doesn’t have an app for its members, you might be missing out on an opportunity to interact with them.

1. The church app has sermons.

The best way for your members is to use a mobile app. They can dig deeper, recite a message, or even watch a service live while they are away. It’s easy to navigate through the menu and make individual messages or entire series available.

2. A Church App is a Donation Portal

Online giving to churches continues to grow. Recent studies suggest that 15% to 15% of all online giving goes to churches. The church today must make digital giving enjoyable and simple as people become more dependent upon it.

The church app allows members to donate quickly and easily. Additionally, an app that integrates directly in your Church Management Software could help you to streamline all your operations.

3. A Church app notifies members about upcoming events

These churches offer much more than just Sunday services. Women’s Bible Study includes Men’s Prayer and Youth Group. Singles ministry, outreach, maintenance calls, and volunteer opportunities are just some of the many benefits that make up an active church community. Communicating with your congregation about any upcoming events is important. An app can be a great tool in informing everyone.

4. A Church App is possible from scratch

The good news about church apps is that they don’t all have to look identical. A lot of churches rely on premade templates. But a good church app allows you to customize its look and feel to reflect the church’s identity. Your app can be distinguished using colors, icons, and other elements.