Our friends at Ministry Business Services, Inc. (MBS) specialize in working with churches to provide solutions to church IT needs. They’ve compiled a list of various church and donor management software (ChMS) programs to help churches choose the absolute best fit.
Their chart lists the most popular ChMS programs in use by churches along with a breakdown of features in key categories, such as “giving,” “facilities & events,” “payroll,” “communication,” “mobile & web,” “requirements & capabilities,” and more.
If you’re in charge of your church’s management and are curious about other ChMS options, this chart is for you. If you’re just a nerd for church management (like us), then you’ll love it, too. And if you do see a program you want to explore further, MBS’s article has contact information included to make connecting with another provider as easy as possible.
Click here to see the full chart provided by MBS, Inc. (Note: In the chart, one large square indicates services that ChMS companies provide directly, while two smaller squares indicate services provided by a third party.)
To see the full article that includes the chart and contact information alongside an explanation of the role of church management software, click here.
Samuel Ogles is associate editor and special project manager with Church Law & Tax.
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