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A curated collection of resources for engagement and learning on the themes of racial justice, healing and reconciliation.
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 Donald Romanik and Jerry Keucher
The way your parish spends money is directly linked to mission and ministry and a key indication of your congregation’s identity.
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 Anne Schmidt and Christopher Ayres
This one hour webinar is designed to present practical tips and considerations for those planning to serve as senior warden for their parish and rector.
By David Vryhof, SSJE
Using the monastic Rule of Life as a guide, Br. David Vryhof shares how vestries and other leaders can develop a covenant to both form and function well as a group.
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 Greg Syler
Sharing Audits describes ways to team up with neighboring churches to conduct an audit that may not only be less expensive, but might also be more useful.
By Tyler D. Schleicher
La vida de un tesorero de iglesia es dura… lo sé por experiencia propia. El haber sido tesorero de St. Anne’s en Ankeny, Iowa, desde 2002 hasta fines de 2011, me enseñó las dificultades del rol. Durante ese tiempo probé un número de cosas para facilitar mi trabajo, principalmente porque no sabía lo que estaba haciendo (mi única experiencia antes de ser tesorero había sido hacer cuadrar mi chequera), pero también porque sabía que tenía que haber un método más sencillo.