Request for After-Hours Access to the Parish Center
For after-hours access to the Parish Center, OLPH is using an electronic system called VIZpin that turns your cell phone into the key needed to gain entry.
What if I don’t have a smartphone?:
Users of older flip-phones, BlackBerry smartphones, Window Mobile phones, and all other phones that are not supported by the VIZpin app can receive their VIZpins through SMS messages provided that your phone supports Bluetooth.
Step-By-Step Instructions: Click the Steps Below to Get Started
Request after-hours access from the parish by completing and submitting the following form. Please allow four business days for processing.
Register as a new user in the VIZpin SMART app.
Once you have installed the app on your phone, launch it by tapping the VIZpin Smart icon.
When prompted, select “New User” and follow the registration screen.
When prompted to enter “Organization”, please enter the name of the parish where you are registered.
Once you have completed registration, you should receive a text message from VIZpin containing a confirmation link.
You must confirm your registration by tapping the link in the text message. Please watch the video below to learn more about downloading and registering with the VIZpin app.
Need Help? Watch this instructional video:
Wait for OLPH to confirm your parish registration and cell phone number.
Once your parish registration and cell phone number have been verified and you have registered in the VIZpin SMART app, you will receive an email confirmation from OLPH. The confirmation email will serve to let you know that you may now use your cell phone to unlock the secured door of the Narthex entrance.
To enter the Parish Center, complete the following steps while standing at the door:
1) Open the VIZpin Smart app on the phone you registered.
2) Click the refresh icon in the upper right corner to ensure that your phone is communicating with the door.
3)You should see “Parish Center Upper Level” and/or “Parish Center Lower Level” listed in the app as seen here: