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Tools for Distributing Next Year's Envelopes

Posted by Anna Johnson on Dec 7, 2016 1:00:00 PM

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With 2017 on the way, many churches are getting ready to distribute offering envelopes for the coming year. Our developers have been working on some helpful tools to assist you in the process of organizing and distributing envelopes during this time of transition.

Exporting a List with Next Envelope Numbers

If you are a church that renumbers envelopes yearly, you may want to export a report that contains both current and future envelopes. To do this, first navigate to the Givers mode in the People view.

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Select the Next Envelope Number option from the column selector. The Next Envelope Number column will display any new numbers you have planned. 

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Click Download, and then select Excel to download your list of envelope numbers for the coming year. 

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Printing Mailing Labels with Next Envelope Numbers

From the Givers mode in the People view, you are also able to download a group of mailing labels with next year's envelope numbers.

Click Download, and then select Mailing Labels. In the box labeled "Show Envelope Numbers as of", enter the date of your next envelope number change. Click Generate, and then select your preferred export format.

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We hope that this post has given you some ideas on how Church360° Members can help with renumbering and distributing offering envelopes!

If you have any questions or comments, please contact our support team at support@cts.cph.org or 1.800.346.6120.

Anna Johnson

Anna Johnson

Deaconess Anna Johnson is a Marketing Manager at Concordia Publishing House. After graduating from the deaconess program at Concordia University Chicago, she continued her studies at the University of Colorado—Denver in Education and Human Development. She has worked as a church youth director and served a variety of other non-profit organizations, such as the Lutheran Mission Society of Maryland. Anna loves playing video games and drinking a hot cup of tea almost as much as she loves her cat and her husband.