Real success stories from ministry leaders just like you.
Ministry leaders from churches of all sizes are seeing the benefits of using ServeHQ for their ministry. Check out some of their stories below.
Substance is a church of 3700 with two locations near Minneapolis, MN.
When faced with the reality that their volunteers could not commit to attending training meetings, Kaylee and her team at Substance Church decided to implement TrainedUp to give their volunteers the opportunity to participate in training without the need for an in-person meeting. Now their existing volunteers feel more equipped and their first time volunteers feel prepared for their roles before serving for the first time.
Foothills is a church of 1700 with a single location just outside of Knoxville, TN
After trying out other tools and finding them too complicated or too difficult to use, Landon and his team at Foothills Church were able to train 98% of their small group leaders in family ministry with the help of TrainedUp. This streamlined training process lead to a 30% increase in total volunteers!
It’s no secret that the church exists to make disciples. Unfortunately, for a lot of churches, we’re so busy at doing ministry that we don’t have time to focus on relationally raising up disciples. That was the case for Jacin Humprey, the Pastor of Ministry at The Worship Center, a church of about 2500 people…Read Full Story
We’re happy to welcome Olivia O’Connor to the TrainedUp blog. Olivia is the Director of Teams and Development at Charlotte Assembly of God in Charlotte, Michigan. The church staff and I constantly found ourselves in a never-ending cycle of asking the SAME people to serve, over and over again. It seemed like we had the…Read Full Story
As the church has grown, there has naturally been a larger need for volunteers to serve across all of their ministry areas. Kim says that every time they attempted to do in-person training, they always had a difficult time getting volunteers together for their meetings. After hearing about TrainedUp on a podcast, she was instantly…Read Full Story
Liberty found that getting people in the same room for training was an almost impossible task. Their volunteers were just too busy with other activities to be able to drop everything they were doing to attend a meeting. Training is one of the areas that has traditionally been tough in a church with multiple locations…Read Full Story