Capital campaigns can help inspire giving and achieve ministry milestones, but they require careful thought and thorough planning. Joe Parks of Horizons Stewardship identifies questions that church leaders should consider before a campaign. (Photo: Stephen Yeargin,Creative Commons)
Too many churches wait until finances hit the fan — or the basement — before they consider a capital campaign. But even when things are stable there are plenty of good reasons to consider a capital campaign, writes this author from the United Methodist Church. (Photo: Stephen Yeargin, Creative Commons)
So your finance committee suggests a capital campaign and you want to make sure everybody is on the same page on what that’s all about? This FAQ from the Georgia United Methodist Foundation. (Photo by Stephen Yeargin, used by Creative Commons license)
Ever think your church could use a capital campaign but didn’t know how to start? Here’s a handy 11-page resource from the Episcopal Church Foundation that outlines 10 practical steps to get your parish capital campaign off the ground. The PDF is free!