2023 Webinar Schedule

FREE WEBINAR | Making Sense of Retirement for Church Leaders

Editor’s note.
Only Advantage Members have access to this schedule. Learn more on how to become an Advantage Member or upgrade your membership.

Among the many benefits of your Church Law & Tax Advantage Membership is access to exclusive webinars.

During last year’s series, we hosted a handful of webinars exclusively for Advantage Members. For instance, attorney Sarah E. Merkle offered insights on how to run an effective church business meeting. In addition, attorney and CPA Frank Sommerville drew on his more than 30 years of legal and accounting experience to answer members’ employment law questions. You can watch these past webinars and others on demand.

This year, we plan to continue covering current events and topics that will help you lead your church and its various ministries with confidence.

Details and registration links to upcoming Advantage Member and free webinars will be added to this schedule throughout the year. Bookmark this page to stay updated when a new webinar is announced. You can also catch up on webinars you might’ve missed from this series here.


We are currently making plans for our next webinar. In the meantime, we encourage you to catch up on our most recent webinar below. Also, be sure to check out any webinars you might have missed from this series. They are available to watch on-demand.

Watch this FREE webinar with Matthew Branaugh, Church Law And Tax attorney and content editor, and Attorney Danny Miller to discover retirement planning options available for church leaders, how to manage costs associated with those plans, and to ensure compliance with related rules and regulations. Watch Now.

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