This page is for church administrators implementing Klemi. If you’re just looking for the basic on how to use it, find out ‘What is Klemi?’
Have a think…
Before you get going you’ll need to decide:
- A super admin email
- a church name
- a suggested short unique name which will be your church’s klemi nickname.
Make sure to give the last one some consideration – it can’t be changed.
Get your klemi domain
Get setup with your unique klemi url.
Decide your Support Plan
We offer a £30/month additional settling in plan and strongly recommend that you take out 4-6 months of this in order to get the kind of support you need in the set up phase. There’s a lot to think through, and most churches will benefit from the extra direction, advice, and consulting.
Decide Your Payment Method
PayPal: If you’re paying via PayPal, just follow the instructions and klemi will complete set up automatically.
BACS: PayPal is easier to get started but if it’s easier for you to organise monthly transfer or a yearly payment in advance via BACS that’s fine too, it just requires a few extra steps:
Fill in your details up until you’re asked to pay. Then contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get our bank details. Setup you standing order, and as soon as it comes through we’ll get the klemi setup completed.
Importing Existing Data
You’ll see once you get setup that your initial installation has made a few assumptions for you. You’ll have a service grid setup with a few generic columns and you’ll have a few existing roles. Now it’s time to make klemi work just right for you. Head over to the service grid, customise the columns, perhaps add a few more grids, and on the trellis, start populating the departments and roles to describe you church.