I've been involved in a couple of conversations about health insurance for non-minister staff, in particular part-time staff. I've been wondering how prevalent it is for churches to offer health insurance through or outside of the denomination's resources for part-time staff.
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Next to paid staff, I'm the only one who spends time of my own at the church during the week. I love doing what I do, 100% But this is a "thankless Job" if you will, and sometimes just a little appreciation would be nice. Do any of your churches do anything for that kind of person, and if so what do you do?
Page 16 of the January Banner has a notice about a mutual separation of a senior financial officer attached to a college owned by the CRCNA. This it appears after a 100 million dollars worth of "payments" are required in 2017. Where are the overseers of this officer? Where are the auditors?
What will be the pension for each if these Pastors when they turn 67 in five years?
Many churches are wrestling with the changes that technology brings. One aspect of church life that may be impacted is office hours for Pastors. Has your church struggled to define office hours?
The CRCNA’s Financial Shalom Project is creating a Directory of Financial Professionals as a resource for our pastors. Know any qualified financial planners, tax attorneys, or accountants we should add?
When a tragedy like the shooting at a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, TX, occurs, it's normal for church members to wonder what they would do if a similar thing happened to their congregation. Let's talk.