We are excited to announce that Linton First Christian Church will soon be transitioning to new communication software called Planning Center that will help us to better connect as a Church!
As part of the switch, you’ll have access to a new smartphone app called Church Center where you can view upcoming events, give online, check-in to student ministry events, register for events, join small groups, and reserve Church rooms and resources. We’re bringing all of our technological tools together in once place to better serve you!
Please take a moment to visit the link below and complete registration for yourself (and your family, if applicable). Feel free to include as much information as you feel comfortable with as we will use this info to keep in contact with you and your family.
Once you’ve created an account, you’ll receive more information on how to download/or access the Church Center app/website. Going forward, we will use this app for check-in for all nursery, elementary, and teenage ministry events and services. (See more details on self check-in below.)
We’re excited for this transition and look forward to better Connecting People To God and Each Other! If you have questions, please contact the church office at 812-847-9535 or email us.
Please note that once Church Center is up and running, the current LFCC App will be retired. If you use the LFCC app for online or recurring giving, we will assist you with the transition.
New Check-In Process For Kids Kingdom, Wee Village, and Highway 111
As part of the transition Planning Center, the Church Center app will improve our check-in process for Kids Kingdom, Wee Village, and Highway 111 events and services.
Once you’ve created your family profile using the registration link above, you can download the Church Center app on your Smartphone. The app will allow you to check in your kids (or yourself) ahead of time and then scan a code from your phone to print your label(s). This should help speed up the check-in process and eliminate the use of a computer keyboard and the spread of germs and viruses.
If you don’t use a smartphone, don’t worry. A volunteer can still assist you with the check-in process.
We will continue to send out information to help with the transition over the next few weeks so don’t panic. There will still be someone on-hand at the check-in station to assist you. If you have questions or concerns, please let us know!