Register for ECF's Upcoming Webinars!

March 7, 2017

ECF's free webinars are a great way to get your congregational leadership teams engaged in the strategic, leadership, and financial topics that are essential to the health of your congregation. The 2017 spring schedule includes webinars on financial literacy, donor-advised funds, parish-school relationships, and more.

Money - What's It to You? April 4 from 7-8 PM ET: Explores how money messages from our families of origin, our culture, and our religious traditions shape ideas around money, with a profound impact on the life of congregations

Spanish webinar - Conocimiento Financiero. 20 de abril de 7 a 8 hora de este: ¿Cómo podemos iniciar un diálogo auténtico sobre el dinero y la sostentabilidad económica en nuestras congregaciones?

Cultivating Grants from Donor-advised Funds: Tools and Tips for Episcopal Leaders. April 27 from 7-8 PM ET: How are your leaders cultivating grants from Donor-advised Funds (DAF) created by your parishioners and other constituents?

Giving Trends and Generous Faith Communities. May 9 from 7-8 PM ET: Offers suggestions to assess your congregation’s responses to these trends and practical ideas for improving generosity in your church.

Vestries as Strong Leadership Teams, May 9 from 7-8 PM ET: Provides participants an introduction and overview to ECF Vital Teams Leadership Program, and is especially designed for congregational leaders inerested in training opportunities.

Faith and Balanced? Communicating the Gospel in a Partisan World. May 16 from 7-8 PM ET: A discussion on how to communicate in your church or institution in a manner that isn't just marketing and politics.

ECF Book Club: Living on the Border of the Holy. May 18 from 7-8 PM ET: The first book ECF has selected is Living on the Border of the Holy: Renewing the Priesthood of All by ECF Fellow William L. Countryman.

When Your Parish Has a School: An Orientation for Rectors and Vestry Members. May 23 from 7-8 PM ET: This webinar will provide a basic orientation to Episcopal parish day schools: their history mission, and governance as well as the elements of healthy church-school relations.