News Update 03-17-2022

Leadership Essentials – Church Finance

Where: Online
When: March 24, 7 p.m.
For: Treasurers, Finance Committees, Clergy, staff and volunteers with financial duties

Join us for an informal discussion on church finances, and we’ll share what we’ve learned over the years and chat about how we can help. We’ll look at covenanted portions, the Manual of Business Methods in Church Affairs, discretionary funds, audits, and anything else that you need help with.

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International Outreach Grant (IOG) Program, 50:50 donation match

Two-minute read. The Diocese of West Missouri has long maintained a strong conviction to support international outreach, specifically as defined by the Millennium Development Goals established by the Episcopal Church at its general convention in 2000. The intent is to reduce the number of people around our world who live in extreme poverty.

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Una nueva encuesta confirma que Jesús sigue siendo una figura espiritual importante, pero que la pandemia afectó la actividad religiosa

Three-minute read. Un nuevo estudio nacional, Jesús en Estados Unidos, fue publicado hoy. La investigación encontró que, si bien la mayoría de los estadounidenses encuestados creen que Jesús era una figura espiritual importante y quieren igualdad en la sociedad.

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New poll confirms Jesus remains an important spiritual figure, but pandemic had an effect on religious activity

Three-minute read. A new national study, Jesus in America, was released today. The research found that while the majority of Americans polled believe Jesus was an important spiritual figure and want equality in society, it also showed Christians are not necessarily practicing what Jesus taught.

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