Church Messaging System - Worship House Communication

Improve Communication; Foster Community

Keeping your community engaged and informed is important to you. But there’s a lot going on in the world around us. Keeping different groups feeling connected can be a challenge. Effective communication plays a key role in helping you stay tapped-in and create a healthy community.  One Call Now’s Church Messaging System keeps you in touch and your congregation united.

  • Use voice, SMS text* or email, depending on your members’ preference or the message content.
  • Send unlimited messages anytime from any phone or any Internet-connected computer.
  • Subgroups within your contact list—up to 99—make it easy to target your messages to specific groups.
  • Multiple authorized users help keep small groups informed.
  • It’s simple to set up and easy to use.

Unlimited messaging makes One Call Now the perfect plan for day-to-day communications or urgent messaging.
  • Quickly reach congregants or groups in emergency situations
  • Stay connected with shut-ins; help them feel involved and remembered
  • Ensure that everyone gets the same accurate message
  • Promote special events or guest speakers
  • Boost attendance at services
  • Get a quick estimate of attendance for events by asking recipients to respond
  • Notify everyone quickly and at once of cancellations or schedule changes
  • Increase participation at events with automated reminders
  • Connect more easily with youth, get a response, keep them engaged
  • Enable leaders to send messages exclusively to their groups
  • Send messages that are automatically translated for non-English speaking congregants
  • Welcome new congregants with personalized messages
Send voice, text, and email messages to your group, no matter the size using One Call Now's smartphone applications.
I have used various systems to make announcements for synagogues where I have been the executive director. Basically at my current synagogue we call over 800 names to let them know...
Dorri W.
Congregation Bnai Yeshurun

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