This article gets you started with the Display.Church (D.C) integrations(s) of your choice.

HOW TO GET TO THE INTEGRATIONS PAGE

Log in to D.C.

Option 1 (for first-timers only)

In your Dashboard, click on Integrate with the platform of your choice. D.C will take you to the Integrations page.

NOTE: This is a one-time method. After you set up at least 1 integration, this option will be greyed out as completed.

To set up further integrations, use the method below.

Option 2 (good for first-time and every time)

Click on your name (top, right-hand corner of your D.C screen).

Choose Integrations from the dropdown menu.

Either way, the Integrations page will open.

Here is a closer look...

Why do some integrations have gold crowns?

The gold crown means that the integration is premium (only available with paid plans).


HOW TO INTEGRATE WITH THE APP OF YOUR CHOICE

Breeze

Pushpay/Church Community Builder (CCB)

Google Calendar (GCal)

Step 0: Access your Breeze API info.

Step 0: Set up the API User.

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Step 1: Click on Start integration (turquoise box in image above).

Step 1: Click on Start integration (turquoise box in image above).

Step 1: Click on Start integration (turquoise box in image above).

Jump to the rest of the Breeze integration process.

Jump to the rest of the Pushpay/CCB integration process.

Jump to the rest of the GCal integration process.

PCO Integration

Integration to come

Integration to come

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Step 1: Click on Start integration (turquoise box in image above).

Jump to the rest of the PCO integration process.


THE BREEZE INTEGRATION PROCESS

Step 2

The New Integration page will open.

To complete this page, copy/paste your Breeze API Key (turquoise box + arrow in image below). Then copy/paste your Breeze Subdomain (gold box + arrow in image below).

Click on the blue button Start Integration.

Step 3

A message will let you know that things are in process.

Step 4

The screen will refresh to the Integrations page.

After the first sync is complete, you will see something like this:

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1: The Breeze integration is now active.

2: Who has created this integration.

3: Last sync date and time.

4: Confirmation that D.C is syncing with Breeze automatically.

5: More actions: Click on the 3 dots to open the dropdown menu (image below).

Step 5

You will also get a confirmation email. Make sure to check all your folders -- sometimes important things end up in Spam!

Congratulations! Now you are ready to begin adding calendars and customizing them to your church branding.

Here is the next article you need: General Overview of Display.Church.

Have fun!


THE Pushpay/CCB INTEGRATION PROCESS

Step 2

The New Integration page will open.

2a. You will need your API username, API password, and API server address. We have a separate article on how to create your API username and password if you have not already done so.

2b. Click on the relevant Scopes (Calendar, Groups, RSVP). For more about Scopes, jump to this article.

2c. If you would like to include your private events, click on Pull private events from all calendars (turquoise box and arrow in image above). Don't worry -- you can always edit your integration later if you change your mind either way.

2d. Click the blue Start Integration button.

Step 3

A message will let you know that things are in process.

Step 4

The screen will refresh to the Integrations page.

After the first sync is complete, you will see something like this:

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1: The CCB integration is now active.

2: Who has created this integration.

3: Last sync date and time.

4: Confirmation that D.C is syncing with CCB automatically.

5: More actions: Click on the 3 dots to open the dropdown menu (image below).

Step 5

You will also get a confirmation email. Make sure to check all your folders -- sometimes important things end up in Spam!

Congratulations! Now you are ready to begin adding calendars and customizing them to your church branding.

Here is the next article you need: General Overview of Display.Church.

Have fun!


THE GCal INTEGRATION PROCESS

Step 2

The New Integration page will open.

2a. Click on the relevant Scopes (Calendar, Drive). For more about Scopes, jump to this article.

2b. Click on the button Sign in with Google.

Step 3

Depending on the status of your Google log in and whether or not you have given D.C some permissions on a previous occasion, you will see a variety of screens.

EXAMPLE 1

Note that some permissions are automatically checked since these are critical (3 grey checked boxes in image to the left).

Give D.C access to your Google calendars also by clicking the relevant box.

*** A NOTE ABOUT GIVING GOOGLE DRIVE ACCESS ***

It would be natural to be nervous about giving an app access to ALL your Google Drive files. This is why Google verifies every app that uses Google Drive and Calendar services.

Here is Google documentation about the conditions the app must meet: https://developers.google.com/terms/api-services-user-data-policy#additional-requirements-for-specific-api-scopes

Submitting the app we must describe the usage of the restricted services and then after app submission, there is a manual verification by Google employee.

Having said that, should you still feel unsure, you do not have to give access. The only limitation is that D.C will not be able to pull in your event images.

EXAMPLE 2

Note that D.C already has some permissions. In this case, click on 4 services to see which ones.

Remove permissions as desired.

Then click Done.

In any case, click on Continue to go to the next step.

Step 4

Your successful integration will be confirmed.

Click on the blue button GO TO INTEGRATIONS PAGE.

You will also get a confirmation email. Make sure to check all your folders -- sometimes important things end up in Spam!

Step 5

The screen will refresh to the Integrations page.

After the first sync is complete, you will see something like this:

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1: The GCal integration is now active.

2: Who has created this integration.

3: Last sync date and time.

4: Confirmation that D.C is syncing with GCal automatically.

5: More actions: Click on the 3 dots to open the dropdown menu (image below).

Congratulations! Now you are ready to begin adding calendars and customizing them to your church branding.

Here is the next article you need: General Overview of Display.Church.

Have fun!


THE PCO INTEGRATION PROCESS

Step 2

The New Integration page will open.

2a. Click on the relevant Scopes (Calendar, Group). For more about Scopes, jump to this article.

2b. Click on the blue button Integrate with PCO.

Step 3

If you need to give permissions, D.C will prompt you. Here is an example:

Click on the blue button Allow.

***NOTE*** ... If you are not logged in to PCO, you will be taken to the log in screen first.

Step 4

Your successful integration will be confirmed.

Click on the blue button GO TO INTEGRATIONS PAGE.

You will also get a confirmation email. Make sure to check all your folders -- sometimes important things end up in Spam!

Step 5

The screen will refresh to the Integrations page.

After the first sync is complete, you will see something like this:

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1: The PCO integration is now active.

2: Who has created this integration.

3: Last sync date and time.

4: Confirmation that D.C is syncing with PCO automatically.

5: More actions: Click on the 3 dots to open the dropdown menu (image below).

Congratulations! Now you are ready to begin adding calendars and customizing them to your church branding.

Here is the next article you need: General Overview of Display.Church.

Have fun!

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