Church Community Builder vs. Fellowship One
Church Community Builder just released a version with bar-code based secure check-in. When Crossroads was looking at Church Management Systems (CMS) they did not have this feature. Check-in is a basic requirement for us so we did not consider it.
We are now locked into Fellowship One (F1) since we signed a contract, but I’m still interested in hearing from users of Church Community Builder. It looks very complete and even includes website content management. F1 does not do content management (though I’m happy with Mambo).
How does the pricing compare?
One thing that is good about this is that competition may serve to help lower the cost of these types of services.