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Blockbuster Mistake and the Church
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY WILL FINE THOSE VIOLATING HEALTH ORDERS
As of July 29, 2020, people and businesses caught ignoring state and local coronavirus health orders are now subject to a ticket and fines in Contra Costa County. Fines will range from $100 to $500 for individuals, and businesses could see fines ranging from $250 to $1,000.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on fines for individuals and businesses.

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CSBC Governance Through Bylaws Webinar

If you happened to miss this webinar last week, you can access a recording of the meeting by clicking HERE. Max Herr also provided various documents from the webinar as resources which are also available.

Description: As a result of the COVID-19 lockdown, many churches entered the world of virtual worship and Bible study, using Facebook, YouTube, Zoom and other technologies. However, most churches soon discovered their Bylaws seriously impaired their ability to conduct "legal" business meetings, especially if absentee voting was prohibited.

The webinar demonstrated how organizational Bylaws must specifically authorize alternative forms of business meetings and voting, for both members and corporation directors if "in-person" meetings are not possible.

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CHURCH ACCOUNTING WEBINAR PART 1

If you happened to miss this webinar last week, you can access a recording of the meeting by clicking HERE (the video begins at 3:20). Max Herr also provided various documents from the webinar as resources which are also still available.

This webinar was designed for church treasurers, finance and/or stewardship committee members, and church administrators.

The webinar focused on the work of the church treasurer including:
  • Basic responsibilities,
  • Use of accounting software -- highlighting the differences between ordinary accounting software and "true fund accounting" software, and
  • Examples of essential financial reports.
  • Also featured was information about money counters, counting policies and procedures, money-handling, check writing procedures, and petty cash.
The 90-minute webinar was led by CSBC's church compliance specialist, Max Herr, who also served as a church treasurer for more than 10 years. The webinar also included a "question & answer" session for those interested.
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CHURCH ACCOUNTING WEBINAR PART 2
If you happened to miss this webinar last week, you can access a recording of the meeting by clicking HERE. Max Herr also provided various documents from the webinar as resources which are also available.

The webinar was designed for church treasurers, church administrators, and others in the church responsible for creating the church's 2021 budget. The webinar focused specifically on:
  • Creating a church's "chart of accounts" -- the foundation for a proper accounting system and budget, and
  • The process of creating the church's budget.
Properly constructed, the church budget will form the basis of the treasurer's financial reports.

The 90-minute webinar was led by CSBC's church compliance specialist, Max Herr, who also served as a church treasurer for more than 10 years. The webinar also included a "question & answer" session for those interested.
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Village Baptist Church, San Lorenzo, CA
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