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Rethinking our TEC budget

A new spirit is moving through the Episcopal Church, so quit living in the past, sharpen our focus, cut overhead, and accelerate developing and funding ministries and missions for the twenty-first century, confident that the Holy Spirit will bless our efforts.

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Media Release: invitation to comment on preliminary draft budget

The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs has issued the following media release:

Input, comments invited for Episcopal Church
2019-2021 triennium preliminary draft budget

[November 13, 2017] Episcopalians across the church are invited to review and provide input and comments on the preliminary draft of the 2019-2021 triennium budget.

“In the current and prior triennia, the budgets were built to reflect the Five Marks of Mission,” Tess Judge, Executive Council member and chair of Finance for Mission Committee, stated in the overview letter.  “The 2019-2021 budget […]

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Deadline for budget input approaches

The deadline for all Episcopalians to review and comment upon the preliminary draft budget to be presented at this year’s General Convention is tomorrow.

An announcement from the Episcopal Church website, shared yesterday on our social media sites, includes a link to the draft budget.

Nurya Love Parish has published a blog urging church members to consider commenting on the draft budget, and specifically the amount of resources allocated to the fifth Mark of Mission; that which deals with the safeguarding of […]

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