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Free Web-Based Church Management Database Software.
ChurchInfo is a free church database program to help churches track members, families, groups, pledges and payments. Our feature set is comparable to expensive church management software packages. Our users are supported by an open-source community of people who volunteer their time and energy to make this technology available to all churches.
ChurchInfo runs on any server that supports PHP and mySQL. The server may be in-house or at an ISP anywhere on the Internet. Any number of people may access the database simultaneously.
A family is a group of people who are treated as a unit. The obvious example would be a married couple and perhaps their children. The family members do not need to have the same last name, but they should live at the same address to receive newsletters and financial statements. Pledges and payments are tracked by family. Some churches call a Family a “Pledging Unit”.
A person is an individual associated with the church. A Person can be a member of a Family, and a person can also be a member of one or more Groups. A Person has individual contact information, such as a cell phone number and an email address. A Person also has a relationship with the church as “Member”, or “Guest”.
A group is a collection of people, such as the choir or the stewardship committee. Groups have many uses. Here are a few ideas: committees, church school classes, covenant groups, baby sitters. The possibilities are endless. ChurchInfo makes it easy to contact all the members of a group by letter or email.
Pledges and Payments
Pledges and Payments are tracked for each fiscal year, with automated support for reminder letters. There is also automated support for generating donation acknowledgement letters for tax purposes based on the calendar year. The entry of payments is highly automated, with support for check and credit card scanners, automated deposit slip printing and electronic submission of credit card and EFT payments.
ChurchInfo allows you to create “Volunteer Opportunities” like baking, lawn-mowing, babysitting, letter-stuffing, etc. These opportunities may be assigned to people, making it easy to locate them when the need arises.
Access to financial data may be restricted to one or just a few individual users as appropriate. Most users just need access to the Person, Group and Family information to look up phone numbers, generate address labels and send email.
The latitude/longitude coordinates of each Family may be used to plot the congregation on a map, or to find the nearest neighbors in the congregation for a particular family.
ChurchInfo provides support for conducting an every-member canvass, and capturing the results in the database. The canvassers receive briefing sheets with information about each family to be contacted. During or after the contact the canvasser enters comments in the database.
Sunday School Support
Classes may be defined as Groups with roles “Teacher”, “Student”, “Liaison”, and then special Sunday School reports may be used to generate class lists and attendance sheets.
ChurchInfo is not compatible with PHP 7 (yet)
ChurchInfo uses a database library that has been removed from PHP 7.0.0. This will be fixed in the upcoming release of ChurchInfo 1.3.0, which also adds features for self-service usage by individual members.
Use it offline
Install Apache server on your computer (Linux/Mac/Windows) and use it on your PC or across the church Network
Use it Online
Install churchinfo on a sub-domain of your website and let the collaboration begin. Your staff or volunteers can even work from home!
Release 1.3.0 Available Now
Major new feature: Self-Service Interface
The self-service interface allows members to maintain their own personal
information, enter pledges and electronic payment methods, and make immediate
or scheduled electronic donations. This interface is designed to be easily
embedded in a church web site or it can run stand-alone. The starting point
for the self-service interface is SelfRegisterHome.php.
All versions of ChurchInfo since 1.2.7 are designed to upgrade the database automatically. Here are the steps to complete the upgrade process:
Back up your database using phpMyAdmin. Select your ChurchInfo database from the list to the left, then select the export tab across the top to the right. The default export options should be fine and it should give you a copy of your entire database in a ".sql" file.
Make a copy of your old file Include/Config.php. This file contains the database configuration settings near the beginning of the file.
If you have been uploading images make a copy of your Images directory with the sub-directories Person, Person/thumbnails, Family, and Family/thumbnails.
Extract the ChurchInfo distribution from the .tar.gz file of the .zip file.
Copy the new files over your previous installation, making sure they wind up in the same place. FileZilla is good about doing this recursive upload copy if you need to use FTP.
Transfer the database settings from your saved copy of Include/Config.php to the new installation.
Log in as usual. The first thing it will do is upgrade the database, then the new version will be operational.
If you prefer, you can rename your installation directory to set it aside and then install the ChurchInfo distribution into the original installation directory. If you install this way you will need to copy any image files from the renamed installation directory to the same spot in the new installation.
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