Tithing Settlement Tear-Off Schedule

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Now that tithing settlement can be held as early as October 15, we hope the bishop can actually enjoy Christmas this year. That still leaves him the responsibility to get every in the ward in for tithing settlement. Don’t try to sneak out of this one or else the bishop will hunt you down and make the process more painful (not really). If you don’t show up the bishop will have to use his best judgement (wild guess) and declare your tithing for you. It’s best to open up your schedule and make some time.

Just think, if you were bishop, you would have to make time for every ward member before the end of the year. This becomes an impossible task, but thanks to Mormon Life Hacker we have the perfect hack for bishops to increase their tithing settlement attendance.

The line up at the bishop’s office can get out of hand as members try to juggle their calendar in order to write down the appointment. The TITHING SETTLEMENT TEAR-OFF SHEET allows members to quickly write down their name (for the bishop’s record) and tear of the slip (for the member’s record). So simple and so nice.

You can either make your own or use OUR COPY. This copy won’t let you edit but feel free to download it to edit it on your own. (File > Download As…)

For more tithing settlement ideas visit LeadingLDS.


11 comments
  1. I’ve been using the following website (I’m the financial clerk in my San Francisco-area techsavvy singles ward): https://www.snapappointments.com. Unlike other scheduling websites, it allows appointments at 10m intervals. I set up my computer outside sacrament meeting to allow those who might not have access to a computer (or just want to do it then) to make an appointment. This allows people to schedule ahead and sign up outside of church.

    The ward page is here: http://www.snapappointments.com/listing/24o.

  2. It is free for one staff member (ie the Bishop) and no payment processing. It has worked well for me as financial clerk. I think ward members like it, but I’m not sure.

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