The application of human-computer interaction is on the rise in sectors that were in previous years lagging, such as in place of worship and other forms of churches. While there has been hype about human-computer interaction is all areas of human undertakings. However, few research studies have assessed the impact of human-computer interaction in religious organisations. It is, therefore, paramount to assess the impact and implementation of HCI on the management of religious organisations. In this current research, the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church was chosen as a case in point. The study employed a qualitative approach whereby data were gathered using semi-structured interviews, and various levels of church leaders (elders) were interviewed. Using Atlas-ti software tool, the results presented several themes on how human-computer interaction could meaningfully improve the operations of religious organisations with regards to spiritual health, economic, and performance impact