Everything your church wants to accomplish: great Christian education; inspirational worship; effective outreach to the community and the world; caring for your members and building up the fellowship of the body relies on successful stewardship. Successful stewardship results from investing in the development of your stewardship leaders, clergy and lay.
It can be difficult to recruit and retain members of your church stewardship team. If this is true for your church, then this is my advice: Bring the team to “Liberating Generosity” sponsored by the Northeast Ecumenical Stewardship Council. It will be held on Friday, March 15, to Saturday, March 16, at the Holiday Inn in Boxborough. There will be no better opportunity to energize, inspire and equip your stewardship team to be enthusiastic promoters of generosity in your congregation!
This event combines inspiring keynote presentations by Rev. Mike Piazza of the Center for Progressive Renewal and a full day of workshops on Saturday.
On Friday afternoon there are two special extended workshops:
For more information including full workshop descriptions, or to register, click here.
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