BCC Online directory

Fellowship One (F1) is the church management software system at BCC. Through F1 we coordinate volunteers, communicate with individuals and groups, and a thousand other things that would bore most people. :)

Your portal into Fellowship One is called InFellowship. Once you create an account you will be linked to your info where you can easily connect to others within the church, access your groups, and track your giving, as well as download and print your contribution statements.

Your info is NEVER shared with others outside of BCC. Also, only staff and ministry leaders with administrative clearance can access the system. 

Register here

InFellowship FAQs

Creating a new account with InFellowship is easy and free. All you need is an e-mail address and a password.

  1. What if I forget my email or password? You can recover your account if you know the e-mail account used. Please contact us if you need to know the email used for your InFellowship account.
  2. What if I can't find someone in the directory? The directory is an opt-in system, which means that only people who choose to be in the directory can be viewed. This allows everyone to choose their own privacy. You can add yourself to the online directory by going to the privacy settings and checking the "Include me in the church directory" box.
  3. I've created an account and can't see my groups or giving? If the InFellowship system can't link your account to the database record, you won't be able to see your information quite yet. Those records are linked every few days.
  4. I don't have an e-mail address - can I still register for an account? Not at this time. Program developers are working on changing this.
  5. Can anyone view my information if I register? No - ONLY people in our congregation who have the status of partner or attendee in our database can view the directory. Visitors and the general public cannot access the directory.
  6. I registered for an account and my wife also tried, but it told her the e-mail address was already used. We share an e-mail address. How does she register too? Unfortunately, our database program requires each individual to have a unique log-in. Your e-mail address is what identifies you as a "unique person" in the database. This is similar to your Social Security number and the same requirement of financial institutions or any place online that requires you to create a user account.
  7. I've followed the instructions and still can't log in. Who do I contact? E-mail the church office or call at 513.574.1111

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