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The Google of churches is at it again! The team at? just announced on Tuesday a giving app they’re working with alongside OneHope. It’s called Kindrid.

It looks like the team is focusing on ease-of-setup and price. It seems like a very inexpensive option that integrates with text messages, so there are no apps to download or passwords to remember for your congregation.

This is yet another reflection of the attitude of the team. They love making awesome things then making them available for the Church to use too. They’ve paved the way for this open source church movement, and it’s exciting to see other churches following suite.

What do you think? Will you be trying out Kindrid at your church? Answer in a comment below.

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