Use these keywords on member/constituent records.
Race, origin, or culture, such as "Native American", "Jewish", and "Asian".
- Grades and Degrees
Grade levels and types of degrees you can post to member records, like "Kindergarten", "3", "GED", and "Ph.D.".
- Marital Statuses
Descriptions for the marriage status for each family member. For example: "Church Marriage", "Civil Marriage", "Engaged", and "Widowed".
- Member Keywords
Any information that isn't covered by existing member fields, such as "Bloodmobile Donor" and "Needs Physical Assistance".
- Member Language
Languages spoken by members. For those who speak multiple languages, enter the primary language followed by a slash then the secondary one. For example: "Spanish", "English", and "English/Spanish".
- Ministry Names
Types of ministries you can post to member records, like "Altar Server", "Choir", and "Deacon".
- Ministry Status Names
The status of someone's involvement in a talent or ministry. This can also identify needs, willingness to volunteer, or need for a reply. For example: "Actively Involved", "No Longer Involved", and "No Response". Select Yes to indicate that a status means a person is currently involved, or select No if the status means a person is not currently involved.
- Parish Status
If a member attended or currently attends another parish, you can add those in the Addl. Parishes window. This status indicates their involvement at those additional parishes.
Typical relationship descriptions and the default Member Type you associate with the relationship. For example: "Uncle–Adult", "Wife–Spouse", and "Stepson–Child".