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By Donald Romanik, Altagracia Perez-Bullard and Joseph Wolyniak
The Church of today needs scholars and ministry leaders who can offer practical and creative answers to the questions facing Episcopal communities.
By James W. (Jim) Murphy, CFRE and Greg Rousos, President & CEO of the New Covenant Trust/Presbyterian Foundation
On November 15, 2023 at 12 Noon Eastern Time, James W. (Jim) Murphy, CFRE of the Episcopal Church Foundation and Greg Rousos, President & CEO of the New Covenant Trust/Presbyterian Foundation reviewed a variety of ways to encourage more giving to your community of faith during this most generous time of the year.
By Callie Swanlund
The Rev. Callie Swanlund will lead us in an interactive webinar, drawing on her work as a faith leader and a Certified Daring Way Facilitator in the work of Dr. Brené Brown.
By Sandra Montes y Luis Barrios
Un cafecito con Sandra y Luis.
By Carsten Sierck and Demi Prentiss
Social distancing puts a strain on church finances. When online worship makes passing the plate impossible, who’s handling the money and who’s keeping track of it?
By Jim Murphy, Carsten Sierck, Greg Rousos and Kevin McGowan
How does my congregation or church organization get started with socially responsible investing?
By James Jordan
This webinar discussion will define transparency as it relates to churches, identify inhibitors to transparency, and enablers of transparency.
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 Nancy N. Fritschner and Rev. John Fritschner
Clergy compensation comprises the major portion of any congregation’s budget. Often when clergy refer to “Clergy Compensation,” they mean something different from lay leaders who often don’t ask questions to fully understand.