Automated Church Calls Send Out Prayer Requests

Prayer RequestsAutomatedCalls.com offers an extremely efficient method for churches and religious groups to alert their entire congregation in a matter of seconds.

It’s time that churches and religious groups across the United States take the giant leap into the age of technology. Don’t rely on the ancient methods of a phone tree to alert all of your religious followers – spread the word by using automated church calls!

Using AutomatedCalls.com, churches and religious groups can now send out hundreds to thousands of prayer requests in a matter of seconds. The process to send out church calls is easy enough that even those who are not too tech savvy can accomplish it with ease.

Religious leaders will first need to sign up for an account with Automated Calls – it’s absolutely free. Once you have created your account and verified your phone number, it is now time to add in your church contacts. Upon entering every religious follower that you would like to receive your prayer requests, the next step is to record your message.

When you have finished recording your automated church call you can then send it out to all of your contacts. AutomatedCalls.com offers the ability to send one 30-second message to up to 25 people a week – if you have more prayer requests to send than that, we offer credits that you can purchase. (One credit = one 30 seconds message)

Start using automated church calls to send out prayer requests for your religious group today!

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Posted on May 17, 2012, in news and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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