With worship services moved to the web, many local houses of worship have seen a significant decrease in donations and tithes.
A study from Faithlife Giving found that since the pandemic, churches with an online giving platform were more protected from severe drops in giving (>50 percent drop) than churches with no online giving platform, while 4 percent of churches without an online giving platform saw a 50 percent decrease or greater in total monthly gifts in March.
Join FāVS for a live video chat that will address how to increase online giving. The chat will be at 5 p.m., Thursday, April 16.
Renn Salo, the product manager for Faithlife Giving, will discuss the topic with FāVS Editor Tracy Simmons before opening the chat up for Q&A with attendees.
Salo has served thousands of churches and ministries with online and digital payment solutions since 2007. At FaithLife Giving she uses technology to equip the church to grow. She is also a graduate of Whitworth University with a degree in Organizational Management. Renn is an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) and lives with her family in Bellingham.
The video chat is free, but attendees must register below to get access to the live meeting.
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