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By Paul Stephens
In this webinar, we will discuss the types of extension ministries that congregations are taking part in and the actions that church leaders need to consider when adding these types of arrangements.
By Jim Murphy, Josh Anderson and Brad Roberts
Please join ECF to learn how tax law changes and other factors can enable you to give more to charity while also benefiting yourself. We look forward to giving you some interesting insights.
By Jim Murphy and Carsten Sierck
Join us to learn how your school can prepare both for the future of giving and the many changes that are coming.
By Jim Murphy
Join us to review various tools for empowering your donors to give more generously to your Episcopal school.
By Derek Minno-Bloom
A 2016 ECF Fellow, Derek has worked on food and housing justice issues with low-income people and people experiencing houselessness for the past ten years, and through his Fellowship will continue to run Trinity Church Asbury Park’s food pantry and soup kitchen that serves over 30,000 meals a year.
By Jim Murphy
Would you like to discover if a donor-advised fund (DAF) is a good choice for you and your family to enhance your philanthropic planning and stewardship?
By Kyle Oliver
The Rev. Kyle Matthew Oliver’s teaching and research focuses on how digital media tools and spaces are changing ministry leadership and faith practices.
By Alan Bentrup
What if God is up to something big and global, but it can only be discovered through the small and local?
By Nedgine Paul
During the webinar, we will discuss the links between collective and servant leadership in transforming education and social outcomes.
By Miguel Escobar
ECF is looking to hear from part-time clergy of small congregations as part of a focus group. Program staff wish to hear the critical challenges that part-time clergy of small congregations face in the areas of strategic planning, leadership, and financial resources and to learn what are the areas of greatest need, what types of resources would be most helpful, and what are existing sources of support for part-time clergy of small congregations.