Rethinking Stewardship: Giving in a Changing Landscape
February 1st, 2020 from 9-4 pm
St. Martin's in-the-Fields, Columbia.
Registration is Free of Charge
Registration Deadline: January 19th, 2020
Note about registration: This form is structured so that the entire delegation can be registered at once. Please do not use this form to register as an individual.
About our speaker
Erin Weber-Johnson has worked as a fundraising and strategic planning consultant with Vandersall Collective since 2017. A published author, she strives to root her work in practical theology while utilizing her significant experience in the nonprofit sector. In 2017 she co-founded the Collective Foundation, which is currently working to address the gap in giving characteristics in faith communities of color. She also currently serves as Primary Faculty of Project Resource, a national training program on stewardship, for the Episcopal Church. In addition to her consulting work, Erin facilitates national and regional workshops, preaches in congregations across denominations, provides plenaries and workshops at conferences, and leads church leadership retreats.
Previously, Erin served as the Senior Program Director of Strategic Resources at the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF) from 2009-2018, working with parishes on annual and planned giving and successful led capital campaigns widely ranging in size. Prior to ECF, she worked as a grants officer at Trinity Wall Street in New York City, at the General Theological Seminary and served as a missionary for the Episcopal Church. Erin holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from New York University. She is a member of St. John the Evangelist Church in St. Paul, MN.
- Registration deadline: January 19, 2020
- Registration is by parish. Please have one person from your parish register the whole party.
- Limit 4 per parish. However, parishes may add people to a wait list in case space becomes available
- Lunch is included
- Donations to help offset the cost of the event are welcome, but not expected.