Anyone who has a profile in the system.
One of the profile statuses for People in the system; A person who is in some way active in your church. They might attend your services, give financially, or volunteer.
One of the profile statuses for People in the system; A person who is not a member of your church, but stored on the database for community outreach purposes. Contacts do not count towards your plan limit and are stored in the system at no charge.
One of the profile statuses for People in the system; A person who is not deleted, but hidden in your database due to inactivity. You may want to archive a person to hide them from reports, or from the list of active people. Archived people do not count towards your plan limit and can be reactivated at anytime.
One of the profile statuses for People in the system; profile will no longer appear in searches unless specifically searching in a report for those who have been marked as deceased.
The category a person in your account fits in to.
Something that documents and tracks different processes in your church in a step-by-step flow.
Customized tasks set up within a people flow to be completed by an administrator.
Allows you to create different groups used in your church. Useful for facilitating things like small groups or leadership groups.
Customizable classification for types of groups in the system.
Can be assigned per group category to have access to all groups within the category, and they will receive reports of attendance submitted for groups that meet.
Position assigned within a group; they will get attendance reminders for reporting if enabled; can approve member requests to join groups.
A map where admin can see the layout of where groups are based within their area.
Used to determine what areas your volunteers serve in.
Smaller categories of positions within the overall department.
The smallest category of departments. The positions that volunteers are scheduled for.
Groups of specific volunteers within a department that will always be scheduled together for a set of positions (as opposed to individual scheduling).
Somebody that helps in your church.
A service or event that is run on a particular date.
Pre-defined templates of services that contain details of the services you hold regularly.
Teams of volunteers that serve together that are managed and scheduled as a group.
A schedule which lists items, elements and the order of a service in the system.
A list or plan of roles assigned to volunteers for services.
A feature set up to allow children and/or adults to be checked in to services.
Rooms that you can check people into.
Demographics help organize the different groups, items and types of people within your church.
Allows you to set-up a system to move any person within a demographic into another demographic automatically based on either their age or school grade.
Accessing and managing songs to be used for the service or for the church.
Christian Copyright Licensing International number.
A place to store information that isn't stored elsewhere in the system. Able to be locked down and categorized.
Where churches can set up things that need to be completed by a specific date.
A feature where an admin can access detailed information regarding the specific criteria they’ve searched for.
Pre-defined reports available for quickly generating information related to the different areas in your account.
Custom / Standard Report
A report created by the admin on the account.
A feature where admins create events, both free and ticketed with fees.
Allows you to pull together multiple standard reports and other statistics into one comprehensive report.
Items or rooms that can be linked to calendar events.
A calendar for church-wide events.
Forms allow you to collect information from people.
A collection of donations.
Chart of Accounts
Financial Categories which allow you to categorize your giving into different areas or ministries.
Individual transaction details.
Pledges track gifts that an individual over a specified time has pledged.
Personalized donor statements that list a person's transactions over a specific period.
A section where administrators can upload files for their church administrators or members.
A place to share updates, information and articles or other dynamically updated information.
A place to create static pages of content.
The area predominantly used for volunteers and people you want to communicate updates with.
The back end administration area where you can manage your database.
Allows you to set up custom access for individuals or groups of people in your account.
An overview of your account and any upcoming events and people notes.
A person with access to everything in the account.
The different campuses of your church.
A place where members can access a pre-defined list of church members and their contact details.
A customizable feature where admins can assemble the look of their account.
A log of actions that have been made by or are connected to a person or group's profile.
3rd party systems synced to the Elvanto account via secret API keys.
Secret key admins will use to integrate Elvanto with other accounts (Tithe.ly or other systems they use).
Email address host. The text after the “@” symbol in an email address.