Different Episcopal dioceses have different financial realities. In some cases, the gap is stark and significant.
This week in the Episcopal blogosphere, many posts are being written in response to the TREC report. I’m probably going to write one myself fairly soon. Before I do, it seemed important to figure out exactly what the report recommends. And since I’m a blogger, I thought I’d share. Not everybody is going to wade […]
Spending a million dollars for renewal in the Episcopal Church is a drop in the bucket of the current budget, but leveraging the internet enables it to make a pretty big splash.
Often, church giving declines along with attendance. However, the church’s mission – especially in service to the wider community – can be financed in many ways. Here’s a guest post from a pioneer in alternative church partnerships and revenue sources.
For the past week, I’ve been at Kanuga, a Camp and Conference Center of the Episcopal Church. My laptop died just before I left, and I couldn’t figure out why. (As a result, it’s been totally quiet around here.) But as soon as I returned home, a quick trip to the Apple Genius Bar had […]