With many pastors and parish office staff members on vacation last week following Holy Week, I’ve received a number of requests to re-post my last blog entry on our upcoming Stewardship Workshop for Pastors. Here it is:
Through my experience in working with parishes, I have found that pastors have unique needs when it comes to dealing with the day-to-day challenges of stewardship development. To address these needs, I am conducting a three-day Stewardship Workshop for Pastors on Hilton Head Island, S.C., May 23-24-25.
I have tailored this workshop to address the specific challenges pastors face each day in developing stewardship throughout the parish. Joining me to facilitate this workshop and share their insights will be a few pastors who have had tremendous success developing stewardship in multiple parishes over many years. We’re going to conduct brief presentations that foster discussions on key issues for pastors, and we will work together to develop solutions for the specific issues that each pastor in attendance faces at his parish.
To help facilitate an effective atmosphere of discussion, this session will be limited to 20 pastors. Applications will be processed first-come, first-reviewed, so if you’re interested, submit your application today.
This workshop will be held at the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort. In addition to the interactive sessions, there will be opportunities for personal time, as well as time to share ideas with other like-minded pastors during a round of golf if you’re so inclined, as well as an optional ocean dinner cruise. We will begin at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, and conclude on Friday, May 25, at noon.
For more details and an application to attend this one-of-a-kind event, click here: Stewardship Workshop for Pastors Online Application
If you want to take your stewardship efforts to another level, whether you are in the early stages or have been successful at it for years and want to go to the next level, this opportunity will give you plans to get there.