LIVE Workshop with the Episcopal Parish Network

In a hectic world, church leaders are seeking ways to maximize efficiencies while maintaining top-level results (including finance and accounting processes). The emerging post-COVID world, finds many churches facing stretched resources – both fiscal and physical. Many lay and clergy leaders are exploring engaging outside expertise to handle accounting and finance functions, realizing the cost-savings and opportunity to redeploy savings directly into other mission related activities.

Join our panel of experts and clergy leaders to hear how managed accounting and finance services can make your ministry stronger and improve the financial information you share with your members. In an age when every dollar counts, and every church is committed to continuing the Gospel work, this workshop can help you understand options to make your systems efficient, cost-effective, and useful for you and your church.

Panelists include:

Karen Sprague – Director of Business Development, Chazin & Company
Martha Huelsbeck – Talent Recruitment & Development Manager, Chazin & Company
Chris Chaconas – Treasurer, Saint Sophia Cathedral; Washington, D.C.
Abigail Gorman – Senior Warden, St. Columba’s Episcopal Church; Washington, D.C.

Join us at 3 PM EDT on May 17th, 2022

Note: There is no cost, and you don’t need to be a member of EPN to register.
Chazin and Company

Chazin and Company

With over 17 years working exclusively with nonprofits, we pride ourselves in having a unique understanding of nonprofit accounting needs. We believe that nonprofits deserve personalized, quality service and should not settle for a one-size-fits-all approach. We collaborate with you to provide a fully virtual and customized solution that is not only cost-effective but also strengthens your accounting function. We offer a team of industry experts at your disposal to provide advice, leading technology, and to supplement existing staff to improve efficiency and compliance.

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