Stewardship Seminar, Aug. 24

1.pngMy Brothers and Sisters,

August 24, 2013 at Calvary United Methodist Church we have an opportunity to deepen our understanding and commitment to our shared life by attending the Stewardship Seminar planned and offered by our United Methodist Foundation for the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences.

If you are looking for a seminar where practical tools will be provided which offer helpful ways to create congregations of generous people, you will not want to miss this opportunity!

Workshops will include:

  • Alternative ways of giving
  • Using traditional and emerging media,
  • Creating Christ-oriented year-round stewardship emphasis,
  • Fostering giving in the Wesleyan tradition,
  • Personal financial programs,
  • Gifts that keep on giving: endowments and planned giving,
  • Capital campaign: why, what, when, and how.

Registration will begin at 8:30 am in the Christian Life Center at Calvary UMC followed by the opening plenary at 9:00 am called “Creating Passionate Givers” by Bishop McAlilly. Address: Calvary UMC:  3701 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 (615) 297.7562

The closing plenary at 2:15 pm titled “Covenant to Start a Fire” will include an address by the new president of the UM Foundation, Rev. Dr. Phil Jamieson.

I am asking leaders, Lay and Clergy, to be in attendance Saturday, August 25 at Calvary.  We welcome lay and clergy from the Tennessee and Memphis Conferences to join us!

I look forward to greeting you,
Bishop McAlilly

5 Comments on “Stewardship Seminar, Aug. 24”

  1. wtmcalilly says:

    We are hoping to be able to.

  2. Vic Lindberg says:

    Blog referred to this Saturday as both Aug. 24 & 25. Closing plenary should be at 2:15 on Sat., 24 Aug.

  3. Thanks for the support! Just one small change…The last part of your blog has the 25th as the date but it is the August 24th like you said at the beginning…Looking forward to being with you on the 24th!

  4. Don Hudlow says:

    Would you please include the address (etc.) for this event? [I *googled*for some info, and finally found this location . . . but others might find the info worthwhile.] Thanks!