Growing Church Funds
On Saturday, October 22, Kenneth H. Quigley and Sarah Matthews, representing the Episcopal Church Foundation, will present a workshop on the structure and investments relating to endowments, planned giving, stewardship, and capital campaigns. The workshop will take place at St. Christopher Episcopal, 3550 Southwest Loop 820, Ft Worth, TX 76133 (817.921.4533). A bulletin insert for this event is available. To download a printable version, click here.
Cost is $12 per person, which includes lunch and materials. To register online, click here.
Sarah Matthews has served as a capital campaign and annual stewardship consultant for more over seven years. Actively involved in church ministry since 1989, she has worked with churches from Rhode Island to Florida. As the wife of an Episcopal priest in Atlanta, Georgia, Sarah is keenly aware of the challenges and opportunities presented by a capital campaign in an Episcopal parish. Her consulting experience includes discernment and visioning services, feasibility studies, capital campaigns, annual giving, and leadership development. She has been a speaker and trainer at the diocesan level and the Director of Development for a Christian university. Sarah earned a B.S. in Communications from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Kenneth H. Quigley has been responsible for customer service and account management for the Episcopal Church Foundationís (ECF) endowment management services program since July 2005. Prior to joining ECF, Ken was president and CEO of the Continuum International Publishing Group (North America). He led The Morehouse Group, a publisher serving the Episcopal Church, from 1995 through its acquisition by Continuum in 2002, when he became head of Continuum's U.S. operation.
Ken started his own marketing, advertising, and public relations company in 1977 and has served the communication needs of many agencies of the Episcopal Church over the years. He earned a B.A. in English from Kalamazoo College and is an accredited member of the Public Relations Society of America. Currently he serves on the board of the Children's Medical Mission of Haiti (working with the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti) and is a member of the Finance Committee of the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.