- Eliminate finicky and confusing spreadsheets.
- Delegate tasks to leadership in your church.
- Lift the spiritual responsibility of the church off the shoulders of the pastor alone.
Churchworthy is an online discipleship platform for churches to engage their congregation in a modern way. It offers attendance insights, automated engagement monitoring and notifications, advanced reporting, and custom discipleship tracks.
An active, engaged congregation leads to higher church attendance, longer retention, and healthier relationships with God.
Churchworthy doesn't overwhelm you with impersonal data, but gives you people-oriented, actionable insights into your congregation.
Automatically generate reports and send them to your district or other leadership.
We are committed to building high-quality tools that provide tangible value to churches of all size. Part of that mission means providing the core of the Churchworthy platform, free of all cost. Later we will charge a reasonable amount for additional features, but we promise that any feature provided free now, will remain free for the duration of the platform.
|Manage basic church member profiles|
|Create repeating services and one-time events|
|Check-in members to all your events|
|Basic service & member reporting|
|Group members for easier communication and reporting|
|Generate a church calendar from your services & events|
|Automated church member recommendations based on their activity level|
|Create custom volunteer, leadership, & discipleship tracks|
|Mobile app for your church member for instant check-in, communication, and more|
|Send texts and emails from right inside Churchworthy|
|Add custom member profile fields to track additional information & notes|
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Churches need leadership, beyond that of the pastor alone, and today's small church often fails to develop such leaders.