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Quarterly Dial-in Phone

Lunchtime Dial-In - Oct 2021


The Lunchtime dial-in is a free lunch-time call, where in-house experts and special guests will unpack the topics that are relevant to church treasurers. The call will last an hour, so you'll be able to listen in on your lunch break.

In these calls, we'll be updating you on what's relevant for the quarter – all solid 'need to know' stuff, delving into more depth with a meatier topic, as well as hearing tips from those around the country.

And, we’re going to do it for free – all you have to do is sign up to our mailing list and we’ll send you the details of how to dial-in using zoom.

Who's it for?

This kind of advice is for anyone involved in the financial stewardship of any church - but it's specifically aimed at those carrying the responsibilities of church treasurer. Not sure it's right for you? Email us at [email protected] to check.

How do I join?

We use Zoom technology which enables you to use your computer, your phone line or even an app to dial-in. It's your choice depending on what's easiest for you, we're flexible. Simply subscribe to our mailing list, and we'll email you all the instructions you'll need to be able to join us. And if you run into any trouble, just email [email protected]

How much does it cost?

There is no cost at all for you to sign up and  if you choose to join us on the web it won’t cost you a bean! Just make sure if you’re using the Mobile App you are hooked into Wi-Fi as it may use a large portion of your data. If you’re joining us by dialling in through your telephone, then calls are charged at UK landline rates – so for most that will be free, but for some there may be a charge, depending on your provider.

Subscribe to Lunchtime Dial-in updates

Regular email updates of upcoming Lunchtime Dial-ins for trustees, treasurers and Church and Charity Leaders. 

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