In what way can technology help ministers and church staff?

Here’s an open post in which you may vent. I don’t ordinarily allow anonymous posting, but if you want to obscure your name, that’s OK. (Do leave a real email address, though. They aren’t seen, and I don’t share or give them.) Non-Unitarian Universalists are welcome, but if your polity isn’t congregational do note that. And in all cases, the rough average Sunday attendance.
If you are a minister, church staff member, or a high-committment volunteer in a church that lacks either of the others, let me know what tasks or tasks suck the most time out of your schedules with the least return. Stuff you can’t avoid, but wish you could.

Other commenters take a look and let’s see if we can come up with some solutions.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.


  1. Hey, Scott, is this post asking a question about technology (about which I have much to vent) — or is it asking a question about time management? Sorry to be so dumb, but I’m not sure. — Dan

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