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By ECFVP Editorial Team
Below you will find resources we’ve gathered from across the Church, designed to inform and support us through the current COVID-19 pandemic.
By Richelle Thompson
A story about the importance of having, and knowing how to use, an AED – Automated External Defibrillator.
By Richelle Thompson
I wanted, really wanted, to be a gracious winner, but maybe there’s greater opportunity for change if I can learn how to be a gracious loser.
By Lisa Kimball and Kyle Oliver
So your vestry has a handle on the financials. But how are you doing as leaders and stewards of your churchs faith formation ministries?
By Katie Mears
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of the platform including how to search for information and how to update the information about your church or facility, and will draw on a variety of resources including stories, tools, and the website itself.
By P. Joshua Griffin
What are the theological implications of The Age of the Human? What forms of our life-together as a global Anglican communion are already well adapted to an age of planetary uncertainty, instability, and risk?
By Jan Henderson
During the time of clergy transition, the senior warden is responsible for leading the congregation in their search for a new rector. In “Leading through Transition,” senior warden Jan Henderson shares the process she and her vestry developed in their recent search for an interim rector.
By Beckett Stokes
Several small congregations in the Diocese of Colorado are growing and thriving as a result of their adoption of a shared leadership model.
By Melanie Barnett Wright
Así que en St. Alban’s abrimos nuestros ojos para ver quiénes estaban necesitados a nuestro alrededor. Adoptamos esta declaración de misión: “Estamos llamados a ser las manos del Señor en este lugar, abiertas a todos, extendiéndolas a la comunidad y al mundo”.
By Nancy Davidge
Pat y Bárbara estaban buscando una iglesia. Su tienda de café, su familia y sus amigos les llenaban la vida, pero seguían sintiendo un vacío espiritual.