Roll Call is a church management solution that can be deployed either on-premise or in the cloud. It offers a centralized membership database, contribution tracking system, group and class management system, children’s check-in system and church attendance portal.
Roll Call’s membership database allows users to capture contact information for storage in a unified location. It also helps users communicate with members of the congregation and view attendance data at a glance.
Users can track congregation participation in small groups, classes, volunteer boards and leadership boards. By allowing for the creation of unique directories for different activities, Roll Call helps users remain aware of who is active and save time on administrative duties.
On-premise pricing depends on the church congregation’s size and the number of concurrent users. Roll Call’s cloud-based deployment option is available on a tiered subscription basis.
This solution also offers a range of customer care, including live phone support, remote access support, training videos and optional on-site training.
Caren from Community Bible Church
Employees number: 11 to 20 employees
I like the multi tabs in the families and separate records for each person for tithing, reporting, and groups.
A good deal of Extra things that waste time and are either overkill or double info. Some of the inflexibilty in fields and their outputs when some of the records generate. Although the records are as a family, they still function separately, so you have to visit each person with changes (except phone & address). Can be slow and time consuming.
Take a look at your 5-10 year projection of work / ministry. Know that they will grow and you will need Roll Call to grow with it. Like 1 service to 2 services, or double Sunday School hours, or multi campus setup, families with multi last names and the generation of reports on them, SS check-in and security issues
Preston from Brenham Church of Christ
Employees number: 2 to 5 employees
It is a reasonable price compared to other products on the market.
It is difficult to figure out at first. I had some trouble.
Make sure that you know how many people you will actually be entering into the database before purchasing. I had entered entire families (not just the kids), not realizing that each parent would be counted as an entry. When I went back to add visitors later on, I was unable to do so because I had exceeded the number of people who could be entered. Although this problem was easily solved by getting an update, I was confused for a while about why this was happening.