Religious Organizations


Storified by Shannon Lehotsky · Fri, Oct 26 2012 08:49:38

As the pastor of a medium size church in Landham, MD, I was looking for a tool that would allow my leadership to communicate more efficiently with my church parishioners, notify members outside the church of upcoming events, and have a central location to store all of my church documents. I was first introduced to Wiggio through my daughter who is also utilizing this tool within her local organization. After logging into a demo site, taking the tutorials, and playing with the tools, I knew that our church would benefit from our own Wiggio group. Wiggio has met all of our needs, and even our older church members are able to utilize this tool. We are excited to see what other tools Wiggio will implement in the future.
Nathaniel W. Obey, Jr.
Pastor, Touch Point Church Ministries, Lanham, MD
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I am a pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Evanston, a 670‐member congregation on the edge of the Northwestern University campus. I started Wiggio after a church member showed me the site almost 2 years ago, and I kept using it because of it’s simple interface and because it has stayed a free service. My favorite feature is the ability to download and share files. Last year I did a national search for a new music director, and many of the candidates sent their own mp3 files of their performances. We were able to share the music and the resumes with the search committee. Wiggio allows us to stay in much closer contact, which provides a great value to our group.

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Dean Francis
Senior Pastor, First United Methodist Church