Calendars let you create community events and personal events.

Community events are events created specifically for your organization. Personal events are events created by individuals for personal use and are only accessible by the person who created them. Personal calendars let users add, edit, delete, and print personal events.

There are three calendar options available for your organization's use:

  • The Ministry Scheduler (TMS)
  • Access ACS built-in calendar
  • Facility Scheduler

Your administrator must select the calendar preference for your organization.

The Ministry Calendar

With the appropriate rights, you can view, add, and print events in Access ACS on the TMS calendar. The administrator receives a request e-mail when new community events are added. The event does not display in Access ACS until the administrator enters it in TMS and uploads TMS records. To keep your TMS calendar information current, perform uploads frequently.

Access ACS Built-in Calendar

With the Access ACS built-in calendar, you can add, edit, delete, and print events. New community events display as tentative events until approved by an administrator.

Useful Information


Tentative events for the Access ACS built-in calendar are indicated by red text preceded by an asterisk.

Access ACS lets users select the calendar types that they want to view. To view a calendar type, you must have rights to it. For more information, see Selecting Calendars to View.

Facility Scheduler

With Facility Scheduler, you can submit events to be approved by the Events Coordinator in Facility Scheduler. You can continue to add and edit pending events in Access ACS, however any data management for the event must be handled within Facility Scheduler.

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