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Developing Diverse Revenue Streams for Your Congregation

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EVENT DATE & DETAILS

This workshop will be offered twice to offer the most scheduling flexibility for attendees. Attendees do not need to attend both sessions.

Workshop(s) are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Wednesday
July 24, 2024
1:30 pm-3:00 pm

As you plan your congregation’s budget, it’s imperative to consider both expenses and revenue. By diversifying revenue streams, congregations can ensure financial stability, adaptability, and continued ministry impact. Join Dr. Quincy McGhee and fellow congregational leaders to explore innovative possibilities for expanding revenue and securing the future of your congregation. Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your congregation’s financial outlook and unleash its full potential for impact.

This training session offers a deep dive into strategies and techniques for expanding revenue streams beyond traditional avenues. Participants will explore:

  • Understanding Financial Landscape: Gain insights into the current economic and cultural trends impacting congregational finances. Learn why diversification is crucial for long-term sustainability.
  • Identifying Potential Revenue Streams: Explore creative possibilities for generating income, including events, rental spaces, merchandise sales, online donations, fundraising campaigns, grants, and partnerships.
  • Assessing Congregational Assets and Opportunities: Evaluate your congregation’s unique assets, strengths, and community resources to uncover untapped revenue opportunities.
  • Developing Strategic Plans: Learn how to develop strategic plans tailored to your congregation’s specific context, goals, and resources. Discover practical tools for budgeting, forecasting, and tracking revenue streams.
  • Case Studies and Best Practices: Gain inspiration from real-life case studies and best practices of congregations successfully diversifying their revenue streams. Learn from their challenges, successes, and lessons learned.
  • Engaging the Congregation: Explore strategies for communicating the importance of diversification to your congregation and fostering buy-in and support for new initiatives.
About the instructor
Rev. Quincy McGhee

Quincy McGhee brings a wealth of experience to his role as Grants Administrator/Education Director at Associated Churches, boasting 27 years of dedicated service within ministry and 25 years of impactful leadership in the nonprofit sector. Alongside his current responsibilities, Quincy has demonstrated exceptional leadership over the past 15 years as the Founding/Lead Pastor of LifeWay Bible Fellowship, an inner-city church.

Recognized for his unwavering commitment to community advocacy and youth development, Quincy actively participates on multiple advisory boards and committees. His academic achievements underscore his dedication to his field, holding a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and a Master’s in Public Administration with a specialization in Nonprofit Leadership. Currently pursuing a Master’s in Social Work with a focus on clinical therapy at Indiana Wesleyan University, Quincy has also earned a Doctorate in Ministry from Western Theological Seminary, focusing on Leading Global Christian Renewal Movements with a spirit of collaboration.

Outside of his professional pursuits, Quincy finds joy in leisure activities, including leisurely walks in the park, reading, traveling, attending concerts, and watching movies with his wife of 30 years, Sharon, and their three children, Jamal, Corean, and Quinton, who reside in various locations across Tennessee and Indiana.

Live Online
EVENT DATE & DETAILS

This workshop will be offered twice to offer the most scheduling flexibility for attendees. Attendees do not need to attend both sessions.

Workshop(s) are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Wednesday
July 24, 2024
1:30 pm-3:00 pm