Why are they calling?Ugh... just text me
Text Messaging has become the most popular form of communication, it's convenient and less intrusive than phone calls. Text messages can be read and replied to when taking a phone call or listening to a voicemail isn't possible. With ministrytxt you can start a conversation with hundreds of people in an instant. Replies can be forwarded to your phone via text message and you can continue the conversation from there.
Church text messaging is a great way to reach anyone in your congregation, but it's especially effective when communicating with youth. Youth communicate via text message more than any other demographic, I mean it's not even close! According to a well respected research group, youth between 18 and 24 exchange around 110 text messages per day. That's more than 3,000 text messages per month! We think it's safe to say that youth text messaging is on the rise and we really hope that ministrytxt helps you to connect with your youth in a way that is natural for them.
3 Reasons To Choose Us!
- RelationshipsWe are told that the second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. We're not trying to say that ministrytxt is going to fulfill that for you. However, we do genuinely hope that it helps you build relationships so that you can love them as yourself even more.
- Simple To UseWe strive to make things as simple and as user friendly as possible. We even make our pricing simple and straightforward. You pay one low monthly fee for unlimited messages, contacts and groups.
- Powerful FeaturesWith our conversation view, you can easily manage all of your conversations. Use the dashboard widgets to get a quick overview of your data and schedule your text messages to be sent to whoever you want.
"We have been using MinistryTxt for several years. It is a lifeline of intercession, volunteerism and provision for our church members. We use it to share prayer needs, ask for volunteers or locate items for people in need. It has proved to be a valuable communication tool for our congregation."Alan Headrick
First Baptist Church - Sayre, Oklahoma