A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by William Enright
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 2pm ET
Dr. William Enright will share the most current research data & analysis from the 2013 Congregational Economic Impact Study (CEIS), exploring the resilience of congregations during tough economic times. Participants will learn about the decisions and practices that have helped faith communities throughout the nation thrive.
The recent court ruling that ministers’ housing allowances are unconstitutional has stunned ministers,priests, church treasurers and session/vestry/board members. While it's not clear whether that ruling will hold up under appeal or be implemented in more than one geographic area, the ruling has provoked plenty of concern about the potential tax impact for ministers and cost implications for congregations if housing allowances for ministers were to be disallowed. What do clergy and congregations need to be doing now as we await the next steps from the courts?
A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by J. Barrie Shepherd
Tuesday, January 28 2014 at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)
Is there a poet hiding inside your soul? Are you a preacher that’s ready to bring fresh color to move your congregation? Are you ready to spice up your congregation’s liturgy in ways that evoke depth responses and produce lasting memories? One of the most renowned church poet-preachers of the past 40 years wants to share his gifts, his heart, his skills with you.
A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by Rob Fohr
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 4pm ET
How is your congregation reaching out to young adults?
In this webinar, Rob Fohr will help you navigate the expanse of perspectives and scores of new data on young adults and the “Millennial” generation. He will also focus on how this generation invites and responds to issues of faith.
A Presbyterian Outlook 90-minute webinar presented by Henry Brinton
Will your church be ready for guests this summer and fall?
Summer is the perfect time to put a hospitality plan in place.
Henry Brinton's book "The Welcoming Congregation: Roots and Fruits of Christian Hospitality" blends the “how to” and the “why to” of Christian hospitality, presents the best practices of welcoming congregations across the theological spectrum, and offers concrete action plans for congregations.