Church Notes launches Church Notes Preach

We are excited to announce the launch of our latest product, Church Notes Preach.

This new tool allows church members to interact with your notes whilst you preach, giving you the ability to take time to prepare and share your thoughts with everyone.

Church Notes Preach is a powerful tool for sermon preparation, management and sharing. With this handy tool, you can allow your church members to follow along with your every word, making it easier than ever to stay on track and deliver a thought-provoking message.

To learn more about this powerful new tool, read on!


How Church Notes Preach Works

Church Notes Preach is a handy tool that allows you to manage your sermon preparations, share your thoughts with your congregation, and engage with your audience all at the same time. Here's how it works:


1) Simply take some time to prepare your thoughts and jot them down in the form of notes. You can use as many or as few notes as you like - it's entirely up to you!

2) Once you're happy with your notes, open up Church Notes Preach and begin preaching from them. As you do so, your congregation will be able to see your notes in real-time on their own devices. They can even interact with them by leaving comments or asking questions!

3) After the service is over, simply hit the 'share' button and your notes will be available for everyone in the form of a downloadable PDF. They can save these to refer back to later, or even share them with friends and family who couldn't make it on the day.


With Church Notes Preach, there's no need to worry about losing your place or forgetting what you wanted to say - simply relax and let the tool do its job!

If you're looking for an easy way to engage with your congregation and ensure that everyone stays on track during your sermons, then Church Notes Preach is definitely the tool for you. Give it a try today and see just how easy it is to deliver a thought-provoking message that everyone will remember.

Allow church members to interact with your notes whilst you preach

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