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David Patiño and Atticus Zavaletta share their experiences as young trans people of faith and the gifts of Trans/Queer leadership.
By Steven Tomlinson
Steven Tomlinson recently wrote an article for ECF Vital Practices to help people better understand their relationship with money.
By Sandra Montes
En esta conversación, Sandra Montes entrevistará al Reverendo Juan Monge de La Iglesia de Todos Los Santos en Lakewood, NJ.
By Donald Romanik
In this live Q&A, ECF President Donald Romanik will take questions from participants about what new vestry members should know as they head into their first year of service.
By Donald Romanik and Brendon Hunter
This webinar will help you understand roles, responsibilities, and best practices for vestries.
By Miguel Escobar and Brendon Hunter
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of free, online resources and exemplary practices in many areas.
By Ronald C. Byrd
Are you looking to strengthen the leadership and expand the capacity for collaborative ministry among your vestry team? Designed for vestry and clergy leaders interested in training and workshop opportunities, this webinar shares how to learn to develop stronger collaborative ministry skills and administration.
By Ann Mellow
Ideal for new vestry members or anyone who would like a refresher on this topic, this webinar provides a basic orientation to Episcopal parish day schools: their history mission, and governance as well as the elements of healthy church-school relations.
By Jordan Hylden
Whether we have good news, bad news, or complex news to share, the task for Christians is always the same: we are called to communicate the Gospel and the truth of Jesus Christ. This webinar examines how you can communicate issues in your church or institution in a manner that isnt just marketing and politics.
By Christy Shain-Hendricks
This one-hour webinar will introduce a theological and biblical context for seeing and understanding that conflict is essentially relational.