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  • Resolved karlingersoll


    When I attempt to post a sermon, I get the following message:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function getTimeStamp() on a non-object in /home/content/85/8900485/html/morninggate/wp-content/plugins/sermon-manager-for-wordpress/includes/CMB2/includes/CMB2_Utils.php on line 318

    I am running version 2.0 of the plug in.

    Need some help ….

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by karlingersoll.
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  • Thread Starter karlingersoll


    I updated to 2.07 and still get an error message as follows:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM in /home/content/85/8900485/html/morninggate/wp-content/plugins/sermon-manager-for-wordpress/includes/CMB2/includes/CMB2_Utils.php on line 318

    This message appears when I click on “Sermons” in the Dashboard sidebar.

    I can’t even get to the sermon post page anymore.


    Plugin Author wpforchurch


    Hi all,

    We just worked with a customer with this issue and we fixed it by doing the following:

    We updated CMB2_Utils.php to reflect the latest official code, you can try that by using the following –

    We also set the customers PHP version to 5.6

    Everything then worked fine for them, no more 500 errors when posting sermons.

    Could you please try those 2 things and let me know how you go?

    Thanks for your patience.


    Thanks for the update and fix! I used the WordPress site to access my website. I can now login and make updates without getting the ‘Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM in….’ error message.

    Plugin Author wpforchurch


    Great to hear @burroug, no problem.

    Thread Starter karlingersoll


    I am not confident making this change. I can’t log in to my dashboard. Is there any way that I can get some hands on help with this?

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