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By Joe Merlino
In this webinar we will explore how a return to the biblical and theological understanding and practice of stewardship as the “care of the soul of the other” offers a path for addressing uncertainties in stewardship.
By Sarah Townsend Leach
Attend this webinar to learn about creative ways to ask for feedback from the millennials in your church and out in the community in order to increase engagement, attendance, and giving.
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 James Jordan
This webinar discussion will define transparency as it relates to churches, identify inhibitors to transparency, and enablers of transparency.
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 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.
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.