6 More Ideas for Your Church to Economically Empower Your Congregation and Community
February 1, 2011 1 Comment
Last week I wrote a post “7 Great Ideas for Your Church to Economically Empower Your Congregation and Community” The key thing to remember about all these ideas is that the pastor doesn’t have to do them all or lead every effort. It’s time to strategically engage the businesspeople and professionals in your church who would be more than happy to share their expertise with their fellow church members and the community.
Here are 6 more ideas…
- Conduct job search/career development workshops facilitated by HR experts from the church
- Connect with multiple churches to host a job fair
- Develop a listing of members with their trade/skill and publish a directory
- Generate revenue for a career services program by selling ads to the business owners (see #3)
- Faith-based business workshops
- Invite speakers from local jobs-related programs
What has your church done to help to economically empower your congregation and community?
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