Church is changing in these extraordinary times but the call to be stewards of God’s kingdom has not been put on hold. So, this fall, the Stewardship Kaleidoscope conference is moving online.
The conference will include webinars from 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. (ET) on three consecutive Tuesdays:
September 22 — Eric Barreto of Princeton Theological Seminary, will speak about the Acts of the Apostles in the 21st century – imagination, vision, and creativity in responding to our call;
September 20— Consultant Bonnie Ives Marden will examine the ways in which faith shapes our financial health and provide practical tools for church financial management; and
October 6 — Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow will provide perspectives on engaging congregations across the generations, cultures and ethnicity to imagine building the church for forward thinking funding and functioning.
Conference organizers also can refer participants to a variety of workshops about stewardship topices.
Registration for the three presentations will cost $45, and include access to recordings of the speakers and the question-and-answer session following the final week of the series.
Click below for more information about the programs and registration.