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Kenngo1969

Help! Anybody Know How To Schedule A Building???

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I got a call from someone who wanted to schedule our ward building. Our former building scheduler "released" herself. I've talked to my bishop, who told me to call his first counselor, who was not available, so I called the ward clerk thinking he might know (he did not), then I called the second counselor who said that although they've gone over it, he doesn't remember. Anybody know how to schedule a building on LDS.org?

(Could we maybe talk through it in chat since that's in real time? If you can help me, leave a message here that you'll be in chat, and I'll meet you there! Thanks!

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If you can't get an answer here (I did scheduling back when it was all by hand), ask at tech.lds.org (I think they help with this kind of stuff, but there may be a clerk list as well. Another option would be seeing if the stake has a record.

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Maybe this: http://www.lds.org/t...uction?lang=eng

PS: I didn't know they had this up, how cool!

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I have never heard of anyone ver like ever scheduling a building through LDS>org, I schedule our building on a frequent basis and I just call the building scheduler fella, of whom is a reincarnation of a pharisee but that is another matter!

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Maybe this: http://www.lds.org/t...uction?lang=eng

PS: I didn't know they had this up, how cool!

As I understand it, putting an item on the calendar does not schedule it for a specific building, and I actually need to schedule it for a building. Thanks! :)

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Contact the Facilities Bishop for the biulding you want to schedule. There is usually one Bishop whom is assigned to manage the biulding and he usually assigns a member of his ward as the biulding coordinator fo all the units that meet in that biulding. If all else fails contact the Executive Secretary for your ward he probably knows and/or the Stake Executive Secretary either one should know who the biulding coordinators aree.

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I have never heard of anyone ver like ever scheduling a building through LDS>org, I schedule our building on a frequent basis and I just call the building scheduler fella, of whom is a reincarnation of a pharisee but that is another matter!

I have faith that it can be done through LDS.org. Other people have testified to me that it can be done through LDS.org (they've actually done so), and in fact, that's why our building scheduler released herself ... because she got frustrated with people failing to go through her. :( I referred the lady who called me to our first counselor, and I made it clear to him that if someone wants to walk me through the scheduling process so I can do it without bothering anyone else, I'm extremely peachy with that. :)

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Contact the Facilities Bishop for the biulding you want to schedule. There is usually one Bishop whom is assigned to manage the biulding and he usually assigns a member of his ward as the biulding coordinator fo all the units that meet in that biulding. If all else fails contact the Executive Secretary for your ward he probably knows and/or the Stake Executive Secretary either one should know who the biulding coordinators aree.

I'm the executive secretary of the facility's bishop, and we had a building coordinator ... until she released herself. :( Thanks!

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You are the coordinator. Get the calendar from the sister who quit

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I'm the executive secretary of the facility's bishop, and we had a building coordinator ... until she released herself. :sad: Thanks!

You are the coordinator. Get the calendar from the sister who quit

I agree with Bob here. You win by default until your Bishop calls a new one. :sorry:

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You are the coordinator. Get the calendar from the sister who quit

OK. :)

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...I just call the building scheduler fella, of whom is a reincarnation of a pharisee but that is another matter!

Is that a job requirement or do we just live in the same stake?

Bernard

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I'm the executive secretary of the facility's bishop, and we had a building coordinator ... until she released herself. :sad: Thanks!

You gotta call whoever is over the building. If only one ward meets there, the bishop is a good guess. If more than one ward meets there, it would be the stake pres.

Some wards use the lds.org calendar some don't. If you are in charge- you are in charge.

All previous alleged schedules are now null and void and it is up to you to set it up the way you want to. If she abandoned her position there is not much more you can do.

You gotta pick up the flag and keep marching! Good luck!!

Make a call to whoever writes your ward program(s) and tell them to announce it in sacrament tomorrow- you are now in charge. Presumably you will be sustained and set apart tomorrow anyway if you are really "in charge".

If not, it's a temporary assignment- but you are still just as in charge, but for a shorter term

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You gotta call whoever is over the building. If only one ward meets there, the bishop is a good guess. If more than one ward meets there, it would be the stake pres.

Some wards use the lds.org calendar some don't. If you are in charge- you are in charge.

All previous alleged schedules are now null and void and it is up to you to set it up the way you want to. If she abandoned her position there is not much more you can do.

You gotta pick up the flag and keep marching! Good luck!!

Make a call to whoever writes your ward program(s) and tell them to announce it in sacrament tomorrow- you are now in charge. Presumably you will be sustained and set apart tomorrow anyway if you are really "in charge".

If not, it's a temporary assignment- but you are still just as in charge, but for a shorter term

You all are now under my control-l-l-l!!!! Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!! ;)

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You all are now under my control-l-l-l!!!! Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!! ;)

Seriously.

We get thrown into these things sometimes and it's sink or swim. Somebody's got to do it! You either step up or you do what the other person did!

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My wife was a building coordinator for a while, and it was a difficult, thankless job. People just couldn't understand why the building (or softball diamond) wasn't always immediately available to them, or why if they showed up at 6:30 and a room wasn't being used, they couldn't get priority over the person who scheduled it for 7pm (i.e. first come, first served). Google calendar ended up being immensely helpful.

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