Financial officers provide ministry to members, friends, and the community. They are disciples of Jesus, working to serve, to love, and to teach. They are compassionate and sensitive to each individual’s needs and special circumstances.
When you model the principles of generosity and tithing, you help people make these concepts a reality in their own discipleship.
The Financial Officer Handbook has valuable information about roles and responsibilities in congregations and mission centers.
When we give aid through oblation ministry, we are ministering to those who are often hungry, sick, or have no place to live.
The church provides a method for congregations and jurisdictions to invest reserve funds and other types of funds.
Keeping important papers and documents is part of our stewardship. Find retention schedules and which documents need to be saved.
To be responsible stewards of our resources, congregation and mission center financial officers are strongly encouraged to conduct an annual audit.
This series of online training modules for financial officers covers a variety of important topics.
Visit the Shelby webpage to login to Shelby/Citrix and for resources and announcements about Shelby.
Learn about the many ways you can support Christ's mission.
Tuesday, April 30 2019
(816) 833-1000 ext. 1391