Church Flatland Case Study

Church Case Study: Flatland Church

February 8, 2017

Flatland Church Kids’ Ministry and Self-Service Kiosks

Flatland Group is a church in Omaha, Nebraska that is affiliated with the Assemblies of God. AG is a worldwide network of Christian churches that hold approximately 52+ million members in 212 countries. Churches have been teaming up this way as a means to share resources with one another to support philanthropy and education. Here’s the problem: 73% of Christians today identify as
Christian, and only 31% of them are practicing their faith in a church community.


Why is this?

A lot of people don’t feel the church is accommodating their needs, secure childcare being their primary concern.

“We use the kiosks on Sunday morning and Wednesday evening for parents to come check in their kids into our children’s ministry. It prints a label with the name and what room they’re supposed to be in”.

Find out how Flatland Church used kiosks to create a secure and technologically advanced environment for its parishioners’ children.

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