“Churchteams” and Small Group Meeting Reports

Hi, and Merry Christmas – everyone!

Just an FYI that ‘Churchteams’ is a tool that we use to help manage/administer the Small Groups ministry at First.

One of the ways we you can help us in keeping track of what’s going on in “Small Group Land,” is to fill out a meeting report after each of your Small Group meetings. It’s easy and only takes a few minutes.

How can this be, is it true, you may ask? Answer – yes, it’s easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.  Here’s how…

You will automatically receive a reminder (via email) within 24 hours of each meeting to complete your report. The email will contain a link you can click on, which will take you to the FCC Churchteams site where you can easily fill out the online meeting report form. It’s super easy and only takes a few minutes! You’ll get three reminders (one each day) to fill out your report (you’ll stop getting them after you complete the report). After the fourth reminder (i.e., no report), your Small Group Coach will get a reminder to kindly ask you to please! fill out your report. If prompted for a login – just enter ‘Leader’.

You can also click a box on the report form to send a copy to your group members, if you like. This is a great way to remind the group what was discussed, as well as a “friendly reminder” for those who were unable to attend.

That’s it – it’s quick – it’s easy – and it helps the Small Group Ministry at First in our ultimate goal of Growing Together!!!

-Tim

One thought on ““Churchteams” and Small Group Meeting Reports

  1. Joe Derk says:

    Did this start? I am not getting these emails.

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