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This new article might well be described as ‘A beginner’s guide to project management’. It is written for anyone who is asked to organise a church event, launch a programme or system, or run any other significant change in church life.
Do you think that there’s more that a network of administratively-gifted people might achieve for the church?
We do, and we have some great opportunities to get ‘in on the action’. We’re looking to expand our reach in at least three ways:
Final details are going into place for our flagship residential conference, March 25th-27th 2019, at Kings Park Conference Centre, Northampton.
Jules Morgan, Chair of UCAN writes, “I wonder what you see when you look outside of your office right now? It’s that time of seasonal change when each day can bring something different – sun one day and relentless grey and rain the next …”
So you think your church is ‘welcoming’ or ‘ friendly’.
Have you considered what a confidentiality policy from the perspective of the whole congregation might look like? John sets out the issues that need to be considered.
Summer is the time to encourage advanced planning and adequate preparation for the autumn. September will most likely bring increased activity and busy-ness as well as new visitors to your church. What a crucial time in the annual lifecycle of a church! To help you prepare, here are UCAN’s top 10 tips for your autumn planning, helping you be at your best for ‘game time’ in September…
On 25 May this year GDPR legislation became law and many churches will have spent a good deal of time and energy trying to ensure that both their members and others had signed the appropriate forms and given the appropriate permissions to store and use their personal data. See our related paper on GDPR implementation here (link).
But now the deadline has come and gone, I wonder how much time and thought has gone into what happens next?