Episcopal Network for Stewardship

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October 1, 2009

Supporting the work and mission of the Episcopal Church is now as simple as visiting www.episcopalchurch.org/index.htm and clicking on the red "Give to the Episcopal Church" button. "In these busy times, how many people have missed the opportunity to support a mission that inspires them because...

September 24, 2008

The Rev. Laurel Johnston, a former fundraiser and global activist for CARE, has been appointed Program Officer for Stewardship for the Episcopal Church. She will be based at the Church Center's regional office in Omaha, Nebraska, beginning October 13.

 

"Laurel brings to the...

April 30, 2008

"Generosity is what it's all about."

That's what the Rev. Dr. Martin E. Marty, professor emeritus of religious history at the University of Chicago and a Lutheran pastor, told the 150 in attendance at The Episcopal Network for Stewardship's (TENS) annual conference April 12 in Founders...

April 3, 2007

Stewardship leaders throughout North America and the United Kingdom plan to gather April 23-26 in Suffolk, England for "Generosity + Mission," a historic conference sponsored by the Episcopal Church, the Church of England, the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Episcopal Network for Stewardship...

March 20, 2007

Budget development, capital campaigns, and stewardship will be the focus of a series of telephone conference calls with experts and peers from campus ministries around the country to grow this vital ministry.

Stewardship Sessions, an initiative of the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF),...

May 7, 2003

In gathering money for ministry there are several programs used to generate resources. These tend to happen developmentally and in sequence. They include:

events/products/and services annual drives/offerings capital campaigns planned giving/endowment building These programs tend to happen...

May 7, 2003

Christian stewardship is grateful and responsible use of God's gifts in the light of God's purpose as revealed in Jesus Christ. Christian stewards, empowered by the Holy Spirit, commit themselves to conscious, purposeful decisions.

Stewardship is lived out in:

Living and telling...

May 7, 2003

While we often talk about stewardship and philanthropy together when we talk about funding mission, they are different concepts.

Philanthropy

This approach relies upon the presentation of a "case" which outlines the needs being experienced by persons other than either the...

May 16, 2002

'Our God tends to be too small--too private, too personal, a God we can control, program, buy,' warned Dr. Fredrica Harris Thompsett of Episcopal Divinity School in her opening address at an April conference on stewardship and evangelism in Massachusetts. 'We've commodified God,' placing an all...

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