Reaffirms all domestic dioceses, parishes, missions, and other ecclesiastical organizations or bodies subject to the authority of this church be enrolled in the Episcopal Church Medical Trust by December 31, 2012.
This resolution lays out the extended timetable for implementing the required lay employee pension plan mandated by the 2009 General Convention. The deadline is January 1, 2018.
Common Sense Media has prepared a toolkit of information, videos, and how-to's for the federal E-rate program and related Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requirements.
By weaving the principles of equity and justice into the very fabric of the school’s overall life, Episcopal schools ensure that their missions are built on the sure foundation of a Christian love that guides and challenges all who attend our schools to build lives of genuine meaning, purpose and service. Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in 2013, this document outlines ideals to which Episcopal schools aspire. It is intended to assist Episcopal schools of all sizes and constellations in their efforts to develop meaningful programs, policies, and curricula, and serves as a useful tool for the ongoing assessment of this work.
Member organization providing information and professional development.
The Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, D.D., offers insights and strategies when answering the anxious parent's question: "What does it mean to be an Episcopal school?"
Text of the resolution establishing the mandatory lay pension program requirements.
Text of the resolution establishing this healthcare plan.
A PDF version of the Rev. Daniel R. Heischman's PowerPoint presentation to the Conference of Diocesan Executives, March 2011, regarding the 2009 General Convention resolutions on lay employee benefits.
Communiqué from the Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, executive director of NAES, outlining the establishment of, charge to, and composition of the NAES Governing Board task force regading resolutions of the 76th General Convention of The Episcopal Church affecting Episcopal schools.
Communiqué from the Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, executive director of NAES, regarding resolutions of the 76th General Convention of the Episcopal Church affecting Episcopal schools.
Provider of pension plans, insurance, and other service to Episcopal churches and organizations.
The mission of the Episcopal Church Building Fund is to aid in the building, improvement, and repair of churches, rectories, parochial, and diocesan buildings by providing assistance in planning and loans, and to aid in the development of congregations through providing training, education, and resources.
A compilation of chaplains' job descriptions from a variety of Episcopal school settings and grade ranges.
A fair and effective annual review of the head of school is one of a board’s most fundamental responsibilities. This article offers a basic overview of current approaches and best practices.
Membership organization providing resources and professional development.
This documents provides a rationale and process that schools and churches should adopt when determining and allocating shared expenses. It explores: revenue and expense sources in church and school budgets; the benefits of allocation as opposed to undifferentiated lump sum payments; optimal church and school governance structures necessary for the process; implementation suggestions and instructions; and lists of key budget areas for consideration.
Ann Mellow offers a practical framework and best practices for the professional development and evaluation of school chaplains.
Membership organization providing information and resources for development and advancement professionals in schools.
Mona Hanford addresses the seeming conundrum of raising money and being a church school. Is it really?
The Episcopal Church Foundation is an independent, lay-led organization whose mission is to strengthen the leadership and financial capabilities of Episcopal congregations, dioceses, and related organizations. ECF provides resources related to board and vestry governance, annual and capital fundraising, and financial management. In addition, ECF manages endowments for parishes, schools, and other Church-related organizations.
The Rev. Jonathan T. Glass proposes and explores critical questions you and your development leaders should ask yourselves about your school's fundraising.
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