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EVENT: How Churches Can Use Trello To Be More Organized


I'm about to host my second-ever Trello event!! My previous event was about how businesses can use Trello to be more productive, and it was a huge hit. People really loved being able to see specific use cases and ways to use Trello, so I'm taking it to a new group. 

I think Trello can be a great tool for churches, and I'm excited to explore that further. I'm currently in the process of helping our experience team to organize their weekly tasks to make graphics, lights, music, and the entire worship experience much smoother and less stressful. All thanks to Trello!

There are a lot of other use cases that I think would work really well, here's just a few: 

1) Managing volunteers

Trello is a great way to keep a team on the same page. Whether it's coordinating who works when, or what specific tasks need to be accomplished, Trello is fantastic for collaboration and can be a great way to organize your volunteers and make sure they know exactly where to be what and what to do.

2) Planning content

Planning a new series? Use Trello to organize each piece. It's not just simply getting on stage and talking about something. There's a lot that goes into planning a new series, from topics to creative, to special guests, and more. Trello is a great place to manage a project with lots of moving pieces to make sure none of them fall through the crack. 

3) Organizing outreach projects

Churches are always doing projects to help the community, and often do multiple at once. It's easy to use Trello to organize all the activities. You could organize lists by location or causes that you work with, or you could use it as a calendar to view upcoming projects.

I'll be working on adding some more use cases for my workshop coming up in early December, but in the meantime, I'd love to hear any ideas the community has! If you've used Trello at your church (or if you know someone who has), I'd love to learn what you did!

And if you'll be in or near Lexington on Dec 4th, I'd love to have you join my event! (You can see more details here on my event page.)


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Jodi LeBlanc
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Dec 15, 2018

Can't wait to hear all about your second event! Congrats to you :)


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