Tackling Remote Ministry Efficiently Published Mar 25, 2020 If your church is like many others, you may have just worked your way through your first one or two weekends of fully remote services and at least one week of a fully remote staff. For many, IT and communication teams have become busier while campus ministry teams have been suddenly left without typical weekend responsibilities. While navigating online church, you may find yourselves also redefining what productivity looks like when everyone is working from home offices. Based on community input, we’re continuing to learn about effectively running ministry from home. Here are some tips for your Rock team to focus on as time allows: Creating those reports you’ve always wanted Turning your lead team’s wishes into workflows Pursuing additional Rock training Creating internal training materials Documenting processes Cleaning up your legacy Lava Sharing your Rock recipes with the community At many churches, campus teams are spending their time: Calling attendees Moderating online services Merging duplicate records in Rock Reviewing weekend messages to identify 3-8 minute content bites to share in email and social media Whether you have a little more time or a little less, focusing on relationship management through technology continues to be the priority.