The finance department oversees payroll, human resources, budget and expenditures of the diocese. It also serves as a liaison for various foundations and endowments.  Diocesan organizations, activities and ministries approved by Diocesan Council and/or Diocesan Convention, are eligible to receive funds from the Mission Share Budget of the diocese.

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  • The diocesan Finance Committee has worked hard for the past six months to revise the audit process beginning in 2021 (see our letter below).  We need your assistance! Please review the proposed audits documents and send us your feedback by November 28, 2020, so we can get these ready for the 2020 year audit.

    DFC Letter regarding Audit process changes

    Download Audit Process

    Download Audit Terms

    Download Audit Procedures for parishes in transition

    Download Audit Procedures for total income below $150,000

    Download Audit Procedures for total income $150,000 - 600,000

    Download Audit Procedures for total income over $600,000

  • Paul told the Corinthians in Ch 16:1-2, “Now about the collection for God’s people: Do what I told the Galatian churches to do. On the first day of the week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made.” 

    Nov. 1 letter from DSO Finance Committee with guidance in preparing for 2021 budgeting

  • About the Statement of Continuing Existence

    Download Statement of Continuing Existence form

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