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    05. 27. 2020

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    Finances in the Virtual Church [VIDEO]

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    Written by Matt Steen
    Apr 10, 2020 10:26:54 AM

    We enjoyed hearing from Chris Willard, Darrell Roland and Glenn Wood as they shared insights on what's ahead for the Church regarding generosity, stewardship and giving. We answered questions like ... What are churches seeing with regard to giving now that we are out of the pews? How are churches talking about giving when people are losing their jobs? How are church leaders adapting job descriptions now that everything has changed? How do we make the decision about laying people off? 

     

     

    What's Next?

    Chemistry Staffing is excited to equip and support churches in this season. Things are changing on a daily basis and our team is committed to pray for you and support you every step of the way. Here's how we plan to help: 

    • Preparing for the Summer: Mark your calendars for our next webinar to resource your church. It will be held Thursday, April 16th, at 11 AM eastern with guests Tim Nations, Tim Farrant, and Scott Ridout. Register for this webinar here
    • Virtual Ministry Bootcamp: Six weeks of learning together how to make the jump to leading remote teams in the ministry context. We will connect you with other ministry leaders and one of Chemistry's coaches. This is a tuition-optional coaching experience. Learn more here.
    • Virtual Church Strategy Lab: The Virtual Church Strategy Lab is a 6-week group specifically designed to help you make the pivot from surviving virtual church to creating a thriving virtual church. Click here for more information.
    • Transitional Ministry Coaching: Cutting staff is never easy. It is important that you care for your departing staff member during this time, and into their future. Connecting them with a dedicated transitional ministry coach is one way to continue to support and love your former staff member, and help them land on their feet in their next endeavor. Click here to find out more

    We are grateful for you, we are praying for you, and we are rooting for you in this season, 

     

    matt

     


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