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St. Christopher Episcopal Church in Fort Worth will host the third of three free stewardship telecasts at 7pm June 23. Nancy Davidge, editor of the Episcopal Church Foundation’s Vital Practices blog, will present “Communicating Stewardship Year ‘Round.”
Come to St. Christopher Episcopal Church in Fort Worth for the second of three webcasts on stewardship, Wednesday, June 18, 7-9 p.m. That evening Laurel Johnston, executive director of The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS), will be the featured presenter, offering ” A Path Ahead.” This nuts-and-bolts session will be especially helpful to stewardship chairs, stewardship committees, and clergy, for engaging the congregation in the work of forming good stewards.
St. Christopher Episcopal Church in Fort Worth invites people throughout the diocese to attend three free webcast sessions of “Walking the Way,” the June conference of The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS). Stewardship teams, clergy, and donors are especially invited to see the national conference presentations and learn more about the theology and the nuts and bolts of stewardship in the congregation.
Your congregation can host the June 6-7 webcast of “Walking the Way,” the stewardship conference presented by The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS). Vestries, stewardship teams, preachers, and Christian formation teams can learn from top stewardship practitioners. Four key one-hour workshops, plus worship and three keynote addresses, can be viewed live or delayed anytime in the month of June, for as little at $75 per site.
For $75 to $150, you can bring the Atlanta-based annual conference of TENS (The Episcopal Network for Stewardship) to your parish hall, or anywhere else you have internet access. The Walking the Way conference can be accessed live in real-time, or delayed anytime between June 6 and June 29.
The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS) is inviting congregations across the Untied States to join their 2014 Walking the Way conference via webcast June 6-7. Opening and closing worship, three keynote presentations, and four workshops will be live-streamed from the Atlanta-based conference, and subscribers may participate in real time or watch recorded webcasts at their convenience. The Rt. Rev. Robert Wright, bishop of Atlanta, will offer the first plenary address on Friday afternoon, June 6, after opening worship. His address…
Only a few more days to register for the July 11 and 12 webcast of the “Flourishing in Faith” stewardship conference produced by The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS). For $75 per site, “distance” participants can attend opening worship, three plenary sessions with keynoter Clif Christopher, and four workshops being offered at the conference, which is held in Salt Lake City.
The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS) – source of outstanding stewardship materials and teaching – holds its annual conference July 12-13 in Salt Lake City. Are you looking to plant the seeds of faithful giving in your congregation and diocese? Do you want to network with others passionate about generosity and discipleship? Can’t make it to Salt Lake City? No problem.
Are you looking for help in forming your congregation in faith-driven, sacrificial generosity? Do you need resources for your newly convened stewardship committee? Not sure where to start in planning your annual fall pledge campaign? Check out the website of The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS). The TENS website offers members-only resources for a full range of stewardship tools and practices. All congregations of the diocese are members, thanks to the diocesan membership in TENS. Among the resources offered again…
The Diocese of Fort Worth is now a member of TENS (The Episcopal Network for Stewardship). Diocesan membership means that all congregations have access to all the resources TENS has to offer – materials for bible study, annual campaign plans and models, personal financial planning, stewardship formation, congregational leadership, discipleship and generosity, and more. Access to the materials is through the “Member Resources” area of the TENS website, using a username and password available from the diocesan office. (Please call and ask – we’re happy to share!)