Back in 2014, when Chad and Julia Veach wanted to tell the world they were starting a church in Los Angeles, they only promoted it on Instagram. Followers started to add up. Curiosity mounted. If you wanted to get involved at Zoe Church, you had to follow them on social media. The church moved meeting locations every week. You couldn’t keep up without social media.
Chad knew social media excellence and technological proficiency would help him engage West Hollywood, and Pushpay has been a part of the church’s digital arsenal from the start. It has been a central way for people to get involved in the church ever since, and it allows them to give in just seconds.
“We have so many Millennials come, and they don’t have checkbooks,” Chad says. “Got to make it easy for people to give.”