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Client Spotlight: Hillside Community Church
Reach Church | A Subsplash Spotlight
In 2012, Reach Church was founded in a small living room with a big mission: Be the Church, Reach the City. With a heart for their community and a passion to help them overcome the hurry of everyday life, Reach leadership looked for ways to simplify their processes through technology. From day one, their mobile app on the Subsplash Platform has been a home for their congregation, connecting them with events, giving, and so much more. Want to learn more about how The Ultimate Engagement Platform™ can help fuel your mission? Let’s chat!
CityHill Church | A Subsplash Spotlight
With five campuses in the Pacific Northwest, CityHill Church is passionate about raising up leaders to reach more people in the region with the gospel message. Technology is essential to their strategy, and that's why they adopted a powerful platform that's simple to use and scales with their growth. Subsplash apps, giving, media, websites, notes, and more are the complete toolkit for each and every CityHill campus!
Anthem Ventura | A Subsplash Spotlight
Facing the familiar challenges of email fatigue and social media overload, the team at Anthem Ventura in Southern California was looking for a new way to reach their church with effective communication. That’s when a powerful solution presented itself on the Subsplash Platform. Now their small groups, service teams, leaders, and others can be connected in their custom mobile app with Subsplash Messaging—and Anthem’s content is at the forefront of everyone’s engagement. Introducing a more authentic way to connect, engage, and build community. “Having good communication is every church leader’s problem.” —Pastor Bert Alcorn, Anthem Ventura