Partner Renato Matos and Associate Jodi Warren will present at a webinar titled “Mission Driven Development” on October 9th at 7 p.m. The webinar will be hosted by Practical Resources for Churches (PRC).
As churches struggle with shrinking congregations and increasing operating and capital expenses, many congregations have looked to redeveloping their valuable real estate assets to ensure their long-term viability. This lecture will discuss the steps to a successful redevelopment project from preparing a mission plan through the construction process and beyond, including an in-depth look at various options and deal structures available to churches. It will also cover church best practices as well as how to avoid common pitfalls.
You may register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6842350310545196289
Partner Gregory Matalon, of the firm’s Estate Administration, Estate Planning and Elder Law practice areas, will be a featured at the National Business Institute, a CLE Provider for Professionals, at the session titled “Post-Mortem Tax Planning Options”. There will be 7 CLE credits awarded for attending The Tax Planning Trusts & Estates Seminar. This event will take place on October 19th at the Hilton Long Island Huntington.
You may register through the National Business Institute site.
Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld LLP, The Interchurch Center and Council of Church Advisors are pleased to present The Annual Interchurch Conference.
This all-day conference, which attracts nearly 350 clergy members and administrators of all denominations, will include timely, educational sessions on how to achieve a mission for sustaining a congregation.
This year’s focus is “Mission Driven Development” and presenters and panelists will address these important topics:
- What is Mission Driven Development?
- Developing a Mission Plan
- Fundamentals of Effective Space Planning
- Designing the Church of Tomorrow
- Financial Sustainability
- Construction Process
Lunch will be served and there will breaks with networking opportunities.
The conference will conclude with a reception of light refreshments and will take place in the Interchurch Center’s Gallery Room, where a curated art collection will be featured.
Agenda will be forthcoming.
You may register for the conference here.