TED-LIKE TALKS FOLLOWED BY GUIDED DISCUSSION
What’s holding you back from becoming your most authentic self? Find out at this Northeast Ecumenical Stewardship Council (NESC) Event! People from all Christian communities are welcome.
This one-day program will feature TED-like talks with guided small group discussion, workshops on practical stewardship topics, a panel discussion on real-world experiences, meaningful worship, and fellowship. Join us!
The cost for the day is $49, which includes lunch, coffee/tea, and materials. There may be limited spaces available the day of the event at a cost of $59 (doesn't include lunch).
|Rev. Margaret Marcuson
Rev. Rick McKinley
The Rev. Rick McKinley, Director of Congregational Development for New England UMC, talks about Fears.
The Rev. Margaret Marcuson, author of Money and Your Ministry, talks about Secrets.
"Is your church facing a budget crisis? Is your salary stagnant? Does your church fight about money—or keep secrets about it? This presentation will help you learn a way to understand what’s really going on (in us and in others) when money becomes an issue in congregational life, and how to lead around money with lowered anxiety and more clarity. What you will take away with you: a new way to approach the money challenges we all face at church." ~ Margaret Marcuson
Communicating Generosity Across Generations
Expanding the Vision of Stewardship
Living or Legacy
Funding our Ministry
MODERATED PANEL PARTICIPANTS
Panelists will focus around 'ways' of letting go, sharing stories unique to their context.
Elizabeth Grady-Harper, Moderator
Rev. Dr. Harry Riggs, American Baptist Church Executive Minister in CT
The Rev. Sally Newhall, Presbyterian Church USA
Rev. Rene Perez, UMC District Superintendent
Questions? Contact Karen Methot at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northeast Ecumenical Stewardship Council (NESC) is an ecumenical group comprising American Baptist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ and United Methodist denominations. The NESC hosts a biennial two-day gathering intended to promote effective and efficient stewardship practices for local congregations across New England; and publishes a monthly newsletter on stewardship and church finance, Living Water.