Financial Leadership Academy seeks nominees for next session
The Financial Leadership Academy
is the premier stewardship training program of the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation. Admission is by nomination from leadership. Since 2015, over 100 clergy have graduated from this selective program.
The Foundation is now seeking nominees for the next FLA, beginning September 30, 2019.
Who Should Attend
- Pastors and churches eager to move the church from good to great through stewardship
- Large and mid-size churches exploring new funding options for ministry
- Newly appointed pastors assigned to financially vulnerable churches requiring team building
- Seasoned pastors willing to develop future lay leadership teams for church management
- Top Conference churches and pastors interested in endowing a legacy for the future
High quality authors, presenters, and certified coaches are the cornerstone of the Academy’s process. Clergy and laity are educated in advanced financial leadership skills and then together implement a customized action plan for the church with the assistance of a certified coach. The goal is to change the culture of generosity while improving financial practices.
Past participants have demonstrated proven results while they earn CEU credit. In the face of denominational change, there is no better education program offered to sharpen your personal financial literacy and understanding of today’s donor.
Should You Attend? Insight from a Graduate
It is no secret that the institutional church is waning. Prophetic - proactive measures are being espoused by the Financial Leadership Academy. Leadership excellence is what the Financial Leadership Academy inspires. Additionally urgency and a hedging against complacent coasting are cultivated. Enroll. You will not regret it.
Rev. James E. Carver, FLA Graduate, Sanctuary UMC
How to Nominate or Self- Nominate a Church and Pastor
Year One Session Meetings will include a 2-night stay.
Meeting Location: Eden Resort in Lancaster PA
Meeting #1--September 30-October 2nd 2019:
Meeting #2--November 11-13th, 2019:
Meeting #3--March 16-18th, 2020:
Fundraising and Planned Giving
Meeting #4--April 23-24th, 2020:
Church Finances Best Practices