We are excited about what Realm offers us as a family and how it helps us accomplish our mission of Becoming Like Christ Together for the World.
Join us in meeting our family’s ministry goals: keep your profile information updated. When you log in you can change an email address, a phone number or even change that outdated picture.
Manage your giving as recurring or one-time donations in a secure, easy-to-use environment. Contribution statements are always available. For a step-step giving guide, click here.
Stay in touch with those closest to you at Vienna Presbyterian or meet new people. Groups are a great way to get and stay connected. For example, your small group or class can have a group in Realm to keep the discussion going after the class is over.
Interested in downloading the app to your smart phone or tablet? Go to your App Store for your device and search for Realm Connect. One of these two icons should show up as an option. Once downloaded, if you already have a sign in, click on the link at the bottom of the page. If you haven’t created a log in, then create one. Remember, the church code is viennapres. Do let us know if you have questions!
At Vienna Presbyterian, we want to live into our vision of Becoming Like Christ Together for the World. That starts with connecting with each other. Realm offers tools for us to stay in touch with one another, more effectively follow up with guests and, in general, assist our leadership in their work. But there’s so much more.
Realm offers ways for all of us to connect more effectively with each other. Offer prayers, share stories and Christian resources. Think of it as a sort of ‘Facebook’ Christian community. We can discuss our studies further, share videos, and just share our lives and faith. We feel that Realm is a wonderful tool to bring our congregation closer as a family in Christ.
Is my information secure?
Your information is encrypted. However, the security of your information doesn’t stop there. Are you using the same password for Realm as you do for your bank or other login? Do you keep your passwords written down or in a spreadsheet or do you use something more secure like a password manager?
This year, take steps to use different, random passwords for your more important logins. The security of your online information is the responsibility of the services you use. But, it’s your responsibility, as well. Let’s work together to keep things safe.