It’s all about the people … right? Roll Call church software was designed not only to help you capture contact information, but be able to quickly communicate with your congregation, understand who might be slipping out the back door, or who might be approaching burn-out.
Stop using all those spreadsheets. Let Roll Call help you manage your people information.
Does your ministry need a quick and easy solution for tracking contributions? Need the flexibility to track different funds and run various reports? With Roll Call church management software you’ll be able to:
Roll Call is a flexible and affordable solution for tracking your tithes and offerings.
Does your software show you who is actively participating in your church? Who has gone through the assimilation classes? Who is volunteering? Who is in a small group? Roll Call can:
Roll Call’s group management is a great way to stay abreast of who is doing what in your church.
Roll Call software program also includes the check in functionality. This will allow you to:
Whether you use the check in feature for checking students into their Sunday school classes or adults into Bible Studies
it’s a great way handle security and process attendance.
The Roll Call Connect add-on gives your staff and congregation online access to some of the core Roll Call information from a browser. With Roll Call Connect you can:
Roll Call Connect is a great tool for your church staff so they can work off-site.
Save time and money by creating your directories in-house. Roll Call software program also provides a variety of directory options:
All directories can be printed in portrait or booklet format.
“As a new start up church, we were looking for a church management software that was easy to implement, intuitive for volunteers to run, provided a child check in feature, and integrated donations with our accounting software. Strong customer support was also critical for us. The team at By the Book is a wonderful group of people - informative, friendly, responsive and well trained. Roll Call has exceeded our expectations. I highly recommend By the Book."
The price for Roll Call software is a one-time license fee. It is not a monthly fee. The price is calculated based on the number of people you’ll be tracking in the database plus the number of concurrent users. We count the number of individuals, not families. For the multi-user license we only consider the number of user connections into the database at the same time. So if you are using Roll Call on your church network and you have 10 staff that will need access to it … you do not necessarily need a 10 user license. You might be able to use a 6 user license if only 6 people would be using it at the same time. Check out our pricing page for the different levels.
In addition to the price of Roll Call, you may also want to consider the Mobile Check In add-on and the Roll Call Connect add-on. These add-ons give you browser access to portions of the Roll Call database.
We also offer a cloud hosting service. There is a monthly fee for this service. This is a great option for mobile churches that do not have a central office. When we host your database, you’ll be able to access Roll Call from any computer that has Roll Call Client installed and an internet connection.
Yes. For sending emails, you will need to set up each user with your outgoing mail server credentials, just as you would to use Outlook or Mac Mail.
There are two methods to send texts via Roll Call. The first method is to set up an account with Nexmo. Nexmo is an SMS texting service. In the US, they charge .007 cents per text. You simply need to enter your Nexmo API credentials into Roll Call. This is the method we recommend.
Yes. To do this you will need the Roll Call Connect add-on. From Connect your congregation will be able to create an account and then login to update their contact information.
No. We provide 4 different formats of printed directories. But we have not implemented a church wide online directory. We know this is important to many ministries and are considering it for a future version.
Yes. With Roll Call you’ll be able to indicate what campus a person attends and what groups are part of a campus. However, if a Roll Call user has access to view people or groups information, they will be able to see all people or groups.
No. When you define a user in Roll Call, you set their permissions. So, if you don’t want a person to access contributions, you would not give them those privileges.
Yes. We’ve heard from many of our customers how this speeds up the recording of contributions. Our scanner reads the bottom account number, then our software identifies the donor. To record the contribution, all you need to do is enter the amount and the fund.
Yes. There are several ways that you can integrate online giving with Roll Call. If you use Roll Call Connect and have a Paypal or Bluefin account, you can accept online contributions and they will automatically be entered in Roll Call. If you decide to go with a different provider, you can use our import facility to pull those contributions into the software.
No. Although we do a great job handling the income side of things, Roll Call does not handle expense accounting. We do integrate with Quickbooks and MYOB accounting systems.
Check In is included in the full version of the software.
Yes you can check in adults into group meetings, worship services or events.
Absolutely. The groups area in Roll Call is the perfect place to keep track of any grouping of people…for example, small groups, volunteer boards, leadership councils, Bible Studies or membership classes. Once you’ve set up the group, you can send them and email, text or write them a letter with the click of a button.
Absolutely. Our software is great for any organization that needs to keep track of people, contribution, attendance and check-in information. We have many sororities, ymcas, and day cares that use our software.