Testimonials


Join The Church Network national board, development committee and executive staff in making a contribution to TCN. Gifts from individuals, companies, and organizations further the work of TCN.

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"My personal contributions fund organizations whose mission and values honor Christ and whose services make a difference in people’s lives.  TCN is that kind of organization, and I believe in their commitment to Kingdom work."

Dana Fickling, CCA
Fort Worth,Texas

 

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Make a Difference!

John Scibilia, CCA
New York, New York

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Best Kept Secret - Scholarships

Larry Wright, CCA
Allen, Texas

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"As I consider the value and blessing that I've received in my years in the TCN, my contribution is a small gift of the same to those who will follow."

Thomas D. Danklefsen, CCA
Grove City, Ohio

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"TCN has made a huge difference in my ministry as a church administrative leader. It is an invaluable resource, worth supporting!"

Denise Craig, CCA
Hixson, Tennessee

Support TCN

We are in the season of giving thanks. Soon will come the day to give back. Tuesday, November 28, 2017, we recognize as #GIVINGTUESDAY.
  
The Church Network is now in our 62nd year. In recognition of this long-standing association and in appreciation of the support, resources, and networking made available to our members, we ask all our TCN members to make a donation to TCN's Operating Fund.
  
By making a donation, you will be contributing to the excellence the association continues to provide. 
  
Another way to help TCN during this holiday season is to shop online through Amazon. Just start your shopping search here or at smile.amazon.com.  

We want to remind you what the Endowment Fund is all about.  Click here to learn more. The Endowment Fund makes possible some pretty great things for our members such as:

  •  Provide scholarships to those who need financial assistance in attending the annual conference.
  •  Provide scholarships to those who need financial assistance in attending the certification seminars.
  •  Provide seed money to start new chapters and strengthen those in need.
  •  Provide funding for our Key Leader Training program.
  •  And provide funding to support the work of our Professional Training and Standards Committee.

 

TCN Development Committee
Melvin E. Jones, CCA, Chair
Sheila Bennett, CCA
Micah R. James, CCA
Simeon May, CAE, CCA, CPA
Jim A. Ricci, CCA
 
Remember, your tax deductible gift can go to work right now to bring more church administrative professionals to a new level of networking and learning.
Don't let them go it alone.

Endowment Fund: Income generated by our endowment supports educational programming, networking and provides scholarships for the annual conference and certification. Click here for more details.
Click to donate to the association's endowment fund

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Other ways to support The Church Network 

Operations Fund: Your support will fund TCN's mission to promote excellence and professionalism in the field of church administration.
Click to donate to the association's general fund

Hope in Transition Fund: A taskforce which assists our fellow administrators when they find themselves searching for a new position. Click here for more detail.
Click to donate to the association's Hope in Transition fund

Contributions by check should be made payable to The Church Network and the memo line should indicate the use of the contribution.
Checks can be mailed to The Church Network, 100 N Central Expy Ste 706, Richardson TX 75080-5324

 Thank you for your interest in donating to The Church Network. We are dependent on generous contributions in addition to membership dues, conference revenue and resource income to continue to be the leading association for professionals in church administration. We appreciate your willingness to partner with us through your tax deductible contributions. TCN (under the incorporated name of NACBA) is a 501(c)(3) association of churches.

"I've come to realize the work of our association is just never finished."
Maurice Saucedo, First NACBA executive, 1971 conference