St. Martha Catholic School of Kingwood, Texas, uses Flocknote as their main method of school communication, and Communications Director Lynn Lucas says it has helped their communications tremendously. This year, the school had the opportunity to be on Great Day Houston, a live, local television program. In order to be on the show, they had a… Read More


A church’s job is at the same time both very simple and incredibly difficult. Though timeless truths stay the same, in every age churches are called to determine how best to lead their flocks to an encounter with those truths. The means used to reach a congregation in the past don’t necessarily work well in the present, so it’s the perennial duty… Read More


Greg Schilling, High School Youth Minister for St. Mary of Washingtonville, New York, has loved using Flocknote for his Youth Ministry events and has seen his weekly meeting attendance double through his Flocknote text reminders. Greg sends out a text reminding the teens of the meeting or event they are having that day. “After the first time… Read More


Notre Dame of Mount Carmel Church in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey uses Flocknote for all of their many communication needs — from finding Welcoming Ministers substitutes, to inter-ministry communication, to planning events. One particularly innovative use  is organizing the Guatemala Outreach Mission Trip Cristina Folan and 23 other parishioners go on each year to Sumpango, Guatemala.… Read More


Notre Dame of Mount Carmel in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, has over 2,000 church members using Flocknote and many ministries who use it on a regular basis. “We love Flocknote, it’s so great,” said Communications Staff Member Cristina Folan. “The biggest blessing [of Flocknote] is communicating within ministries.” Cristina said Flocknote is a lifeline for their ministries… Read More


Eight years ago, St. Patrick’s Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa suffered severely when seven feet of water hit their church campus due to city flooding. So when they heard about floodwaters possibly returning this fall, they decided they weren’t going to take a chance this time. By 11 a.m., staff at St. Patrick’s sent a text via… Read More


One of the primary goals of every church – every organization, really – should be to communicate its message in the most effective ways possible. And yet, many churches still can’t even reach their members…especially in between Sundays. However, change is both possible and relatively straightforward. One of the best ways to right the ship is to know the… Read More


St. Mary Catholic Church in Newton, Kansas had just rolled out Flocknote to their entire church, kicking it off at the beginning of Lent with their first Fish Fry. Less than two weeks later the unthinkable happened in their community, the Hesston Shooting. Although they had just begun to utilize Flocknote in their church, over 400 members… Read More


It’s practically a given that text messaging is the best and most efficient way to reach teenagers today. A recent Pew study showed that 88% of all teenagers own a cell phone. Three quarters of them own a smartphone and 91% of them use text messaging daily. Youth ministry is no exception. Think: When was the last time you… Read More


For St. Thomas the Apostle in Crystal Lake, Illinois, parishioners were shocked when their pastor asked them to bring their cell phones to church on Ash Wednesday. “We put up banners, posters, asked the priests to mention it as every Mass, encouraging people to bring their cell phones into church with them on Ash Wednesday,”… Read More