Click on the red heading to read the full e-letter. To come on to the mailing list to receive these as they are published, see the Contact John page in this section.
A new article in two parts has been uploaded to the website, Roles for a church office. There is also news of the new website which launched on 23rd July, of UCAN membership which has just passed the 1,000 mark, and reminders about autumn events.
There are now two more sets of Training Notes on the website with the arrival of TN82, Print or screen? and TN83, The service isn't over yet. There is also news of booking for five autumn Area Training Days for Administrators and the IT training day at Leeds in September.
Two more sets of Training Notes have today been added to the website: TN80, Staff salary scales and TN81, Changing the scenery. There are also several news items.
A major new Article has just been uploaded to the website. A32, Be creative as a line manager has been written in an effort to improve standards of staff line management in churches. There is also news of the St John's College Nottingham / UK Church Administrator Network distance learning module on 'the work of a Church Administrator' which was launched a week ago.
Two more sets of Training Notes have today been added to the website: TN78, The role of a church leader and TN79, 'One another' teams. There is also a reminder about another set of notes already on the site which tell you how not to write your Christmas round robin.
There are two new sets of Training Notes on the site now: TN76, How to prepare a job reference, and TN77, Administrator wisdom. Also included in the e-letter is news of a new network of those with a passion for administration.
A new article has just been published: A31 Helping people back to church. This e-letter also includes a listing of resources on staff management and news of the September IT training day being run by UCAN.
There are two more sets of Training Notes published: TN74, Understanding values and TN75, Writing for the media. There is also a listing of all resources on speaking and presentations.
The April issue gives details of a double set of Training Notes called Church administration explained, published at TN72 and TN73. There is also brief news from the UK Church Administrator Network and a listing of all resources relating to meetings.
This e-letter gives news of the latest article to be published on the website. A30, Take your church away, gives detailed advice on organising a church weekend. There is also news of a special Area Training Day for Church Administrators to be held in central London on 22nd April.