My Presbyterian is built for the Presbyterian Church, by the Presbyterian Church

There are many church management systems (software) available today, some for free others very expensive.

What separates Presbyterian from the others is:

Those with authorised Access can view and communicate with all members at a Denominational, Presbytery and local level.

The members’ titles, church structures and systems are all laid out specifically for Presbyterian, it’s a Presbyterian System.

It is developed and supported by two Non-Profit companies: MyChurchIt and Fresh Bread Ministries

Dedicated support staff and direct contact with the developer, you can have input for new features and reports at no extra cost.

We do not have an App but the message (that comes with the system to allow you to send push notifications to your members) is FREE, and so you save on SMS costs. We are also negotiating other means of affordable messaging. 

as more parishes use the system so more requests come in for new features. Once we have developed a new requested feature it becomes available for all uses, we are developing our Church Management System together.

allows for the capturing of pledges and pledge payments. As well as running the parish books which are instantly reported to the diocese.


Portals for:

The Presbyterian Denomination

The Presbytery

The local church


Church Groups

The "Denomination level" portals

Get an overview of their membership, including

  • Number of active members
  • Average age of members
  • Female/male ratio
  • Home language ratio
  • Number of members with disabilities
  • Age graph
  • Church status ratios
  • Number of members per parish
  • Individual parish overview
  • Clergy overview

There are 2 mailing lists systems for bulk e-mail and push notification

  1. Everyone
    Communicate with all members of your Denomination and Presbytery by e-mail or push notification using different mailing lists so they can unsubscribe from various forms of communication as they wish. You can also send to certain age categories as well.
  2. Groups
    Create groups for communication including members in the system or “friends” where all you need is their name and e-mail address.

Maintain your clergy records

  • Where clergy are serving
  • Overview of clergy, e.g. male / female ration
  • See clergy birthdays
  • Lots of other records are being developed

Monitor service records in almost real time, if all local congregations enter their Sunday service records on the Monday morning by Tuesday the Moderator can know many people were in church that Sunday. A trend graph is produced which helps to know if you are growing in numbers or not.

Local Church portals

Maintain your local church roll by keep records of members details

Reports on members

  • Birthdays
  • Anniversaries
  • Suburbs
  • Occupations
  • Active & non-active members

Overview of members in the parish

  • Number of active members
  • Average age of members
  • Female/male ratio
  • Home language ratio
  • Number of members with disabilities
  • Age graph
  • Church status ratios

Create mailing lists for communication by bulk e-mail or push notification to all members, you can select age groups as well.  Members can unsubscribe from mailing lists.

Setup groups for communication at a micro level and grant members of that group access to their membership only.

Keep your service register up-to-date, with trend graphs so you can monitor service attendance easily.