Church- Episcopal Business Plan Bundle

Church- Episcopal Business Plan Bundle

  • Actual Sample Church- Episcopal Business Plan
  • Step-by-step Guide
  • Business Plan Template
  • Financial Worksheets

This bundle offers you everything you need including a sample church- episcopal plan, business plan template to quickly create, edit, and print an professional formatted business plan, step-by-step business plan guide to walk you through the processes of creating a business plan one step at a time, A business plan presentation template, financial statement worksheets covering cash flow, profit and loss, sales forecast, cost of goods, break even and market analysis for your business plan, essential business forms, sales letters, necessary business letters, and legal forms, and a resource directory featuring contact information of businesses, professionals, and public sources for more help.

List Price: $ 39.95

Price: $ 39.95

how do I get business to donate to my church outreach ministries, for nursing homes & homeless shelters?

Question by Rita: how do I get business to donate to my church outreach ministries, for nursing homes & homeless shelters?
I’m a leader of my church outreach ministries and I would like for our team to go to the nursing homes and homeless shelters & streets where homeless live and also drug rehab centers, to give them personal items as we minister to them.

Best answer:

Answer by Alli Cat
Talk to the owners and tell them about what you’re doing. I know that some organizations share the credit with businesses that sponsor them. Maybe you could ask your local newspaper to do a story about your project and mention that you need donations or set up booths at public events.

~I have never heard of a church needing to fill out any forms to accept donations. Maybe in large cities? I must admit though that I answered this question based on my own experiances and not just something I googled.~

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Devin Miller Marketing Consultant for Church & Business

Services: Promotions / Advertising Business Plan Development Marketing Plan Development Marketing Strategies Developing and Cultivating Customer Base Location Development Fees:Negotiable based upon business size 1 – 25 Customers: .00/hour 26 – 50 Customers:.00/hour 51 – 75 Customers:.00/hour 76 – 100 Customers:0.00/hour Contact Info: Devin Miller 400 Luella St. #309 Saint Paul, MN 55119 Phone:Cell: 651-276-4293 Fax: 651-735-1763 E-mail:

100% FREE Website Traffic Viral Ad Banner Advertising Marketing Church, Ministry, Web Business

JOIN HERE www(DOT)TinyURL(DOT)com/Banner-Traffic Insert a period where it says “(DOT)” Join MegaHitter FreeViral Banner Elevator Ads. Simple Online Advertising Viral Marketing for your web page. I am having a special right now… for the first 20 (christian church, ministry or internet business) website owners that join this 100% free system. I will work for YOU for FREE! If you do not have a banner – I will make a custom made banner for your christian ministry or business. The banner ad can say whatever you want. I can use any photo that you like too. I will work for you FREE ! After you join, email me YOUR referral link and I will add it onto MY ROTATOR. www(DOT)insidmaldesign(DOT)com/17/rotator(DOT)php (there, you will get 10 rotators to show 15 sites each) I will send people to your websites. I WILL build YOUR Megahitter BannerElevator down-line FOR YOU. Real fast downline. Down line Builder. Take advantage now because i will stop this special once i have the 20 people and some of the spots are taken already. i just started this special yesterday. It’s pretty simple actually… You help me, I help you. See you soon. In God’s Love, Michael Call me if you have questions. 352-286-8014 www.Facebook(DOT)com/awope1 Skype ID: michael.jensen.florida Follow Me On Twitter www(DOT)Twitter(DOT)com/awope
Video Rating: 0 / 5

Can a non-profit church legally have a millionaire business seminar at the church and charge money for it?

Question by shatoyiab: Can a non-profit church legally have a millionaire business seminar at the church and charge money for it?
I know a pastor who is hosting a millionaire business seminar at his church and charging money for it. He has a for-profit business where he speaks on different subjects and charges money for the seminars but most of them are at the church. Isn’t that illegal?
The pastor is charging $ 89.00 per person for this event.

Best answer:

Answer by Noppe
It’s not, just look at scientology.

What do you think? Answer below!

Seven Music Related Jobs In UK Business

Seven Music Related Jobs In UK Business

The music scene is alive and well – thriving even – in the UK. While there are thousands of artists dreaming of their big break, the music industry offers far more to the job hunter than the life of a performer. All those bands and singers and musicians need a support framework, after all. If you’re a music lover looking for music related jobs in UK companies, there’s no lack of positions open to you. Here are just ten music related jobs in UK production, broadcasting and media that are in demand.

Music Publicist

Someone has to get the word out about new music. A music publicist works with the media to be sure that artists are getting publicity to boost sales of their music and their value to a recording label.

Label Manager

A label manager works for a recording company and facilitates the releases of new music by artists recording for a particular label. In this music related job in UK recording, you’ll be working as a liaison between the various departments of the recording company to make sure that all the details are covered for a smooth release of CDs and digital singles.

Management Assistant

No matter what the industry, there’s always a need for management assistants to deal with daily administrative duties from filing invoices to setting up interviews and hotel rooms for touring artists to updating the company website. It may not sound like the most exciting music related job in UK industry, but it’s a great entry level job that will get your foot in the door. In many companies, management assistants easily move into other positions because of their experience in the music business.

Digital Research Analyst

Music companies have always employed market analysts to follow the latest trends in music and help position the company’s artists and assets to best ride the wave to success. The digital revolution rings in new changes nearly every day, and the market analyst position is giving way to a digital analyst who keeps a finger on the pulse of the market, analyzes new technology and emerging trends and forecasts the implications for the company’s products. The position requires experience and skill both in the music industry and in management.

Online Editorial Manager

In today’s digital age, an Internet presence is a total necessity for any music company. In addition to publicists, managers and PR people, there are music related jobs in UK media companies that focus on web production. From producing copy for artist profiles and stories to creating new media presentations for streaming and downloading, there are jobs for music professionals with web and digital experience.

Junior Events Producer

Live events are the heart of the music industry. From creating a schedule to ensuring that all the guests arrive on time to deciding on the invitation list so that all the right media are including, the events producer plays a key role. Junior events producers work under an events producer helping to manage aspects of the planning and execution of live events.


Internships at recording studios, radio stations and event venues are an excellent way to get to know the music industry and make valuable contacts. While the pay for an internship may be low, interns often have the chance to work on exciting projects as they learn. And in at least one recent survey, over 90% of companies who use interns say that they often hire on an intern full time when the internship period has ended.

There are many more music related jobs in UK companies, ranging from clerical work to throwing parties. If you’re looking for music related jobs in the UK, you’ll find many specialty web sites specifically for jobs in the entertainment and music business.

Rita Henry is a contributing editor for Jobs In Music, the leading job and resource site for the Music Industry. Interested in receiving only the hottest Music job listings weekly for free? To learn more visit Jobs In Music.

Tyscot Records Celebrates 30 Years in Ministry and Business

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) July 18, 2006

Tyscot Records, the Indianapolis based company that is recognized by many industry experts as the oldest surviving independent gospel label in the nation, is celebrating 30 years of producing, manufacturing and producing good gospel music.

Tyscot was established in 1976 by Leonard Scott, a practicing dentist, and L. Craig Tyson, as a recording vehicle for the Christ Church Apostolic Choir, the label’s first artist. Although Scott and Tyson had to work hard to get radio airplay for their artists at first, they gained momentum in the 1980’s with artists such as the Pentecostal Ambassadors and Robert Turner and the Silver Hearts.

Tyson later relocated to another State and relinquished his share of the label to Dr. Scott, who continued to operate it simultaneously with his dentistry practice. In 1988 Dr. Scott’s son Bryant took over the day to day operations, becoming general manager.

During the late 80’s and early 90’s, Tyscot experienced tremendous growth and success mostly due to the recordings of a new artist at that time named Rev. John P. Kee. Rev. Kee and his New Life Community Choir had climbed the charts with each successive recording to land in the number one position in 1992 with the recording, We Walk By Faith.

The company faced a severe crisis in 1993 when Dr. Scott was told that Tyscot’s distributor had filed for bankruptcy and would not be able to give the label money that had been generated from the sale of its albums. This meant, in turn, that Tyscot would not be able to pay its artists.

“But each of our artists stayed with us and renewed their contracts even though there was no guarantee they would be compensated,” said Scott. As the 1990’s progressed, Tyscot experienced tremendous success with John P. Kee, whose 1999 release, “Not Guilty,” sold more than 500,000 copies and gave Tyscot a Gold Record.

Today Tyscot has a roster of artists who boast a national and international following, including Deitrick Haddon and Voices of Unity, the Rance Allen Group, Rodnie Bryant, Bishop Larry Trotter, Inner City Mass Choir, Morris Chapman, Bishop Leonard Scott, VaShawn Mitchell, Chris Jones, DeAndre Patterson, Lucinda Moore, Carman, and the Anointed Pace Sisters.

Dr. Scott, who was described by Christ Church Apostolic pastor, Bishop James Tyson, as a “double-portion man” and a “jack-of-all-trades,” currently operates his dentistry practice, the recording company and his church out of a near North side office building. His congregation, Rock Community Church, was established in 2001 after he felt a call to ministry. He has released a new book, Soaring With Eagles, and a new CD project, Hymns and Church Songs Live From Alabama, to help celebrate the Tyscot 30 year milestone.


The King’s College to Host Business Roundtable

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 5, 2005 –

— A roundtable with top New York City business executives will be held on the campus of The King’s College at 9:45 a.m. on August 8.

The executives participating in the discussion are: Pat Spainhour, Chairman and CEO of Ann Taylor, Inc; Jill Lamar, Director of the Discover Great New Writers program at Barnes & Noble and Tom Lane, retired Managing Director of 17 years at Goldman Sachs who is currently a Partner in a new private equity fund, Energy Capital Partners.

The executives will share how they have managed successful business careers and continue to walk with God in the midst of a demanding environment.

The discussion will be followed by a Q & A time and is part of a program hosted from August 4-8 by The King’s College for TeenPact. TeenPact is a comprehensive leadership experience for young people where they are challenged to grow personally and spiritually.

Other individuals addressing the students during their time in NYC are: John McCandlish Phillips, a widely respected former reporter for the New York Times and a co-founder of the New Testament Missionary Fellowship Church (Westchester, N.Y. and NYC); and Sonya McNair, Vice President of Public Relations and Corporate Communications for Essence Communication Partners.

“We want these students to understand that ideas have real life consequences. Ideas are not just ethereal theories. Ideas effect government, business, the media and other key institutions within society. Students will have the chance to see ideas in action at strategic NYC institutions and to meet executives that traffic in these ideas ever day,” stated Duanne Moeller, the Dean of Students at The King’s College.

For additional information on TeenPact visit

Located in the Empire State Building, The King’s College seeks to prepare students for careers in which they will help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions: to improve government, commerce, law, the media, civil society, education, the arts and the church.


Duanne Moeller, Dean of Students

The King’s College

212-659-7200 ext. 7208