Use this page to learn more about how are new
JCPC website works, how it is organized, and where you can find
what you need.
Tip 1 - Home Page Slides
The slideshow on the home page contains 8 slides that often
change to reflect the latest events in the life of our
church. The slides refresh every 5 seconds, but that can be
slow if you are interested in quickly seeing what is
happening. Here is how you can manually choose the
slides and quickly find what you need.
a) Scroll down the home page until you can see the area
below the slideshow. Notice the 8 numbers on the lower
right. Click on a number to see that slide immediately.
b) Many slides have captions with links to take you
directly to the appropriate page.
Tip 2 -
Accessing JCPC member information
a) You can access the JCPC
Membership database easily. From the "Connect / Fellowship"
menu, choose "Connect with Us" from the drop-down menu. On
that page, scroll down and click on the "Access the JCPC
Church Membership Database"
b) The database login screen
appears in a new window. Enter your email address and
password to login to the database.
c) Don't know your
password? Stay tuned... soon we will be sending you
your default password and instructions for resetting it to whatever
Tip 3 - Filtering Events on the Church
The Church Wide Calendar is your tool for learing about all the
events in our busy church life. It can be daunting as there
are so many events scheduled each day. Use this process to
focus in on only the events that interest you.
a) Choose "Church Calendar" under the "Connect /
Fellowship" menu, or from the Home Page choose the "News &
Events" button. Then click on the "Click here for the
JCPC Calendar" link. The full calendar with all events is
displayed in a new window.
b) To focus on only those events that interest you, click
on the "Select Category" bar in the Calendar Heading. From
the drop-down list, choose the category you wish to see. The
resulting display reduces event listings to only those in the
selected category. In the illustration, the focus is on
"Small Groups" events.