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Embracing the Future: Integrating AI Technology in Modern-Day Churches

By Jason Alexis | July 27, 2023

AI technology is making its way into churches, offering opportunities and challenges. However, there’s a risk of losing the personal touch and ethical concerns about data privacy. Churches should strike a balance by using AI for tasks while maintaining human connection and spiritual guidance. AI can enhance churches’ operations, but it should not replace the core beliefs and values of the church community.

Case Study: Andrew Barris, Calvary Chapel Westgrove

By Jason Alexis | April 2, 2023

Andrew Barris, Creative Arts Director at Calvary Chapel Westgrove found success by utilizing Display.Church as a solution – allowing his team to manage one calendar on Planning Center that would automatically update their website calendar and featured events on the homepage. This auto-sync feature made it easy and time efficient to manage their calendar in just a couple of hours each week, while the tiled options for display were exactly what he was looking for. Lastly, being able to take the next step from sharing an event to adding it to the calendar was incredibly user-friendly for their church.

Case Study: Nicole To, Arbor Road Church

By Jason Alexis | March 20, 2023

Nicole and Arbor Church needed an easier way to update their calendar. After exploring a few solutions, they chose Display.Church for its features: sign up forms that can be pulled directly from CCB calendars, the ability to customize branding and colors, and “set it and forget it” data management capabilities that save time. The Versatility feature also allows them to list events in four tabs using D.C filtering options.

Case Study: Dave Enns, GateWay Bible Church

By Jason Alexis | February 1, 2022

Church-centric applications should focus on good stewardship of God’s resources. Dave’s church abandoned a custom, programmer project (each issue took way too long to adjust). They found Display.Church to be very appealing, very customizable, and we can see it is well maintained.

Case Study: Kylar Christison of A&M Church of Christ

By Jason Alexis | October 5, 2021

A&M Church of Christ were able to make a more visually appealing calendar, including adding a registration function. “We have been able to customize calendars specific to certain pages of our website and everything is mobile-friendly!” Kyle shared.

Case Study: Brother Suresh Rajadurai, Bread of Life Church

By Jason Alexis | August 25, 2021

Your church calendar needs to be updated and displayed attractively. Display.Church makes this easy. Brother Suresh Rajadurai shared his experience with its ability to eliminate double work of event updates.

DisplayChurch.Events V2: What’s new under the hood

By Jason Alexis | June 24, 2021

Although your calendars should look the same, Display.Church (DCE) has had major, under the hood tweaks to make it both easier to add features and more scalable.  We have tested our changes, so there should be no impact to your published events. Having said that, if you notice something, please let us know via our…

Case Study: Katie Ballard, Grace Fellowship Church

By Jason Alexis | May 25, 2021

Display.Church (D.C) has streamlined the process of church data management previously done manually, eliminating the need for a ‘double-dip’ of info. This church saved around 5 hours per week by entering data once.

Case Study: Cecilla Fountain, Centerpoint Church

By Jason Alexis | March 30, 2020

Cecillia’s review in summary: Display.Church is a versatile resource for websites, easily added via code or drag-and-drop. Customization options and integration with CCB events make it even more useful. Jason Alexis offers excellent support.