Empowering volunteers just got easier.
Serving others is an absolute necessity to supporting authentic church community and life transformation! We all have a desire to be part of something bigger, to have a lasting impact on the community around us. Serving is one way we are able to take the focus off ourselves and give back. This is why we are excited to offer tools to help you organize your volunteers. With Volunteer Scheduling, we make it easy for your church to attract and empower your volunteers. The Volunteer Scheduling functionality, included in the Standard and Deluxe versions, combines our existing Volunteer Matching benefits with tools to schedule, communicate with, and grow your volunteer teams.
Easier for the Scheduler …
Staff or volunteers who schedule for your weekend services will be able to easily set up weekly schedules with positions and times.
Quickly inform volunteers of positions that are available by emailing them or adding them directly.
Notifications are sent to your volunteers to remind them when they’re scheduled to serve.
Upload files to each weekly schedule to communicate the details for your weekend service.
Drag and Drop
Drag and drop interface allows you to copy volunteers from week to week and send requests quickly and easily.
See all the schedules and service times in a group, and know how often your volunteers are serving.
Flexible design lets you schedule service times in five-minute increments.
Easier for the Volunteer …
Creating an engaged community for your volunteers starts with understanding their needs. Volunteers are able to easily communicate to their group leaders when they are available to serve.
Volunteers can set their own serving availability based on preference.
Block Out Dates
Volunteers can specify what days they’re unavailable to serve, making it easy for leaders to schedule only the available team members.
Volunteers know what is being asked of them and can quickly respond to your requests to serve.
Accepted service times display on the volunteer’s calendar as well as any calendar that supports an ICS feed.