Don Eastman – Stewardship

A New MCC Webinar for Local Church Leaders
With Rev. Elder Don Eastman

Find new vitality for giving in your congregation through a holistic approach to excellence in stewardship!

During this 90 minute webinar you will:

Gain insights on how you can help to create a culture of generosity in your congregation.
Learn how to develop a highly effective annual stewardship program for your church.
Discover a wealth of resources to support your stewardship efforts throughout the year.
Connect with other church leaders with perspectives on the ministry of stewardship.

This webinar will be presented three times during 2015. Select the webinar that targets your congregational size.

Over 150 in weekly worship attendance: Wednesday, April 22, 2015; 11:00 am to 12:30 pm (EST-USA) Registration Link: April 22 Course Registration

75 to 150 in weekly worship attendance: Wednesday, June17, 2015; 11:00 am to 12:30 pm (EST-USA) Registration Link: June 17 Course

Under 75 in weekly worship attendance: Wednesday, August 12, 2015; 11:00 am to 12:30 pm (EST-USA) Registration Link: August 12 Course

This webinar is designed for Pastors, Board members and Stewardship Teams. Register soon! Space is limited.

About our Webinar Facilitator
Rev. Elder Don Eastman has long been one of MCC’s leading advocates of healthy church growth and excellence in ministry. From his many years as a successful pastor, non-profit organization executive, and MCC denominational leader, he brings a wide range of experience and expertise. As an Elder, Rev. Eastman served as both the Treasurer and Vice Moderator of the MCC denomination.

Click here to connect via Adobe Connect: Stewardship Webinar


Holistic Giving

Create a Culture of Generosity

Communicate Financial Responsibility

Activate New Givers

Cultivate Regular Identified Giving

Motivate Pledge Giving

Elevate Pledge Levels

Appreciate Generosity


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