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They are at your fingertips
The great thing about Servant Keeper groups is that they are accessible from anywhere in the program.
So if there is a group like the choir group, you can print out a picture directory of the choir, send an email to the choir, do a bulk mailing or see who attended choir practice.
One of the biggest mistakes churches do is to send every email to everyone… after a while people stop reading your emails. Servant Keeper Groups alleviate this concern by helping you send targeted communication to segments of your church. For example, if I’m not a nursery worker, please don’t send me emails about the nursery worker meetings. Or maybe John is moving across town so I want to run a group of everyone who lives near John, who has a truck, and who has the gift of Helps, and I’ll send them an email asking them to consider helping John move.
Easy to Build on any Criteria
Remember, the group can also be based on anything you can dream up, even calculated data such as age, graduation date, received donations, attendance, pledge status, and much more. You can build a group of everyone who has met their pledge and send them a celebration letter.
For example, in this video, you’ll notice the grade-school based group, the youth group.
With the grade school criteria, the user can rest assured that when a child matures into or out of that group, the group will automatically be updated. This means that the youth pastor won’t have to scramble to figure out who is in the youth group when sending out communications, and is a particular help around the time of the new school year when kids are coming into or leaving the grades involved in youth group.
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