You *can* export what is called a "state" of your database, transport it, and then import it into the other installation.
On the home computer, go to
Tools > Backup data…
You will see a progress indicator while Builder takes your user database and saves information on its current state and information. This file will be stored on your hard disk in a standard location. The location is:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Concordia Publishing House\Lutheran Service Builder 2\States
or on Windows Vista, it is here:
C:\ProgramData\Concordia Publishing House\Lutheran Service Builder 2\States
These folders are normally "hidden" on default installations of both versions of Windows. You may have to make hidden folders visible in order to accomplish this task. Check with your system help by pressing F1 while at the Desktop and searching for "hidden files" for more information on how to show hidden files and folders.
The states are kept using strings of letters/numbers that aren't easy to determine which is the most recent if you have stored more than one; you'll have to look at the created by date to tell that. If you've never backed up your database, there should be only one state in this folder.
After you install Builder 2 on the church computer, go through basic setup, then take the state from your home computer and put it in the matching folder on the church computer. Once you have done this, go to:
Tools > Restore data…
and you should see the date and time you created the state on your home computer in the list. Restore that state and everything should be moved over to the new computer.
If you encounter any issues with this process, please let us know ASAP so we can help you with moving your data.