Managing Small Groups with Breeze

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    We have about 20 pastoral carers in our church and each of these people are assigned to about 20-30 people in the church to take care of their needs in a time of crises.  In breeze we would like every individual to be assigned to one of these 20 pastoral carers.  We would then like to be able to export the list of parishioners next to their pastoral carer.  We would also like to click on a pastoral carer and find out who they are responsible for in the church.  I have played around with tags in breeze but not sure this is going to work.  I wonder if there is a better way to set this up.  Do you have any suggestions?

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    We did this in our church using the tags. I set up a folder called "Session Flocks". And then 13 sub-folders, one for each elder. I could not export the list of members to each flock, but had to add each one individually. Time consuming, but now I can click on one flock leader's name & see who is in his group (flock).

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    Matt Stoll

    Thank you.  It would also be nice to include reminders (email and/or text) for people in the event tags. I know this is possible with volunteers section, and needs to be included with events and tags.

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    Would it be possible for group leaders to add new people to their group tag?  What would be the setting adjustment when creating the role?

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    Emily W.

    Hi there!

    Absolutely! It is possible for group leaders to add new people. You would simply need to adjust their role to include the permissions to be able to have access to Tags, People and Add (under People) as shown here:


    If you want them to view information or contact information about the people they are adding into tags, be sure and check mark those items under People<View.

    Hope this is helpful!

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