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Business
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       • Reconvene

• Call
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Order               Membership
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• Convening
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       • Reconvene
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• Call
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•   Cheryl
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2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda
• Convening
Prayer
 
       • Reconvene
Membership

• Call
to
Order               Mee,ng
• App...
2009
Annual
Report
Filling
Our
Basin
•
Five‐year
value
proposi,on

•
Three
core
strategies

•
Regional
Structure

•Telecommu,ng/Support
Center
What’s
New
Since
2005?
        Member
Rela*ons
94%
of
members
visited
            UCC
rela,onships
and

                  ...
What’s
New
Since
2005?
    Business
Services

     $3,093,000

   in
total
member
savings


      $330,040

   in
revenue
...
What’s
New
Since
2005?
              Opera*ons
Reduced
overhead
by
$40,000/year

More
and
beEer
use
of
   technology
2009‐...
Financial
Sustainability
Plan

         14%
shor`all
Projected


                                11%
Reduced
budgeted
expe...
Revenue                        Amount              %
Total
             Member
Dues                             $671,341  ...
12/31/09   12/31/08

                  Assets

                  Cash
&
Equivalents                $54,041    $88,205


20...
What’s
New
Since
2005?
        Leadership
Development
43
Diakonal
Ministers
creden,aled
More
than
300
leaders
introduced
t...
Toward
a
Community
of
Leaders


How
can
CHHSM
build
on
its
founda,on
of

 leadership
strength
and
con,nuing
cul,va,ng

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...
Toward
a
Community
of
Leaders
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are…

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and
Spir...
Visit
to
Diakonie
Ministries
      Germany
and
Belgium
Deaconess
Sisters
Ascension
Day
in
Bethel

Kirchentag
Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on

 
    CHHSM’s
Back
Bay
Mission
Fund:
$300,000




Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on
Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on
        Bethel
Estates
The
United
Church
of
Christ

         in
2009
2010
and
Beyond
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in
con,nuing
covenant
with
the

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have,
through
CHHSM,
formed
their
own

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Are
and
Are
Becoming

 
   
 
 
 


 
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 Order

 
 
 
 
 
 Congrega,on

 
 
 
...
We
Are
and
Will
Be
Marked
by

 
    
 
 
 


 
         Vital
Heritage
       
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 Meaningful
Rela,onship

...
CHHSM
The
Congrega*on
for
Health
and

    Human
Service
Ministry
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CHHSM 2009 annual report presented at the 2010 Annual meeting of the Council of Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ – CHHSM

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  • Bryan—Welcome, introduction of CHHSM’s first electronic annual report. Will be posted online.
  • Filling Our Basin asserts CHHSM’s five-year value proposition: CHHSM achieves value for its members by managing and nurturing their relationship to the UCC and providing programs and networks that advance members’ identity and integrity as faith-based ministries. CHHSM provides added value by brokering access to business partnerships that create opportunities for members to realize benefits that exceed the cost of CHHSM membership. FOB proposes to achieve that value proposition through three core strategies: Networking and Mutual Support Management and Governance Leadership Education and Development Business Products and Services Two of FOB’s notable changes at CHHSM have been the regional structure and the telecommuting/support center model.
  • In the area of Member Relations, FOB has helped CHHSM: Increase visits to members and phone and email contacts with CEOs. Since 2005, 94% of members have been visited. Nurture UCC relationships and increase involvement with geographic and UCC Conference CHHSM groups. Redesign and streamline the annual meeting and planning process. Make good use of electronic communications, especially the website (360 hits/day) and email newsletters and surveys.
  • Through Business Services, FOB has helped CHHSM: Created programs and services that has saved our members more than $3 million: CHHSM Rx, PBUCC Partnership, UCF Partnership, Planned Giving Partnership, CHHSM Store, other new vendor programs Create a revenue stream for CHHSM that has generated $330K through partnerships: PBUCC, UCF, CHHSM Store, CHHSM Health/Rx
  • In CHHSM’s operations, FOB has helped: Reduce overhead by $40K/year Make better use of technology for accounting, databases, record keeping, reporting and the annual meeting Although not directly related to FOB, CHHSM’s financial sustainability plan has shaped the context in which FOB is now being implemented.
  • CHHSM’s financial sustainability plan was implemented in April 2009
  • Since 2005, through FOB, we have: Credentialed 43 Diakonal Ministers Engaged in theological and philosophical exploration of leadership with CHHSM board and staff Introduced more than 300 leaders to appreciative practices through annual meeting and other gatherings. Provided 10 organizations and 2 networks with consulting services.
  • For more than three years, CHHSM (the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries of the United Church of Christ) has been exploring its call to cultivate and strengthen leaders in health and human service ministry. Now CHHSM has convened a national task force of experts on leadership formation to explore this question. The members of the task force are: Dee Brown Daniels David McCurdy Stacey Parke: Zack Schrantz Darlene Sowell John Thomas   Victoria Velez
  • We know that CHHSM already has strengths in leadership formation. We are relational, accountable, theological and spiritual, and historical. How can we build on those strengths to develop leadership programs that serve our members and their ministries?
  • The delegation of CHHSM leaders who traveled to Germany in May 2009 was commissioned at the Annual Meeting 2009. Shari Prestemon is not pictured.
  • This memorial to the Deaconess Sisters is in Germany. Our CHHSM ministries have their roots in this movement.
  • Ascension Day is a holiday in Germany and represents a connection to the historical roots of our mission and ministry. The church in Germany has a tremendous role in the full spectrum of health and human services. Citizens indicate whether they are Protestant or Roman Catholic and the state gives 9%of the total tax collected to the respective churches to pay for the services that people require.
  • Kirchentag in Bremen is the biggest meeting of the Protestant Church in Europe. The meeting is held every two years in a different city. The Sunday morning closing worship service was held in the plaza by the railroad station and was attended by 100,000 persons.
  • CHHSM ministries came together tp support Back Bay Mission after Hurricane Katrina. The CHHSM Back Bay Mission Fund provided about $300,000 for redevelopment. In addition, CHHSM hosted the first BBM board meeting after Katrina and facilitated revisioning and planning work.
  • Describe campus after rededication
  • BBM is moving into affordable housing
  • Geoffrey Black election Restructuring process continues, must be redeveloped
  • CHHSM Business Meeting and 2009 Annual Report

    1. 1. 2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda • Convening
Prayer
 
 • Reconvene
Membership
 • Call
to
Order Mee,ng • Approval
of
Minutes
of
 • Prayer
of
Consecra,on
 March
6,
2009
 of
New
Leadership • Recogni,on
of
Re,ring
 • Elec,on
of
2011
 Board
Members Nomina,ng
CommiEee • Nomina,ng
CommiEee
 • Annual
Report
to
the
 Report
&
Elec,on
 Membership • Recess
to
Board
of
 Directors
Mee,ng
    2. 2. Recogni,on
of
 Re,ring
Board
Members
    3. 3. Recogni,on
of
 Re,ring
Board
Members
    4. 4. Recogni,on
of
 Re,ring
Board
Members
    5. 5. Recogni,on
of
 Re,ring
Board
Members
    6. 6. Recogni,on
of
 Re,ring
Board
Members
    7. 7. 2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda • Convening
Prayer
 
 • Reconvene
Membership
 • Call
to
Order Mee,ng • Approval
of
Minutes
of
 • Prayer
of
Consecra,on
 March
6,
2009
 of
New
Leadership • Recogni,on
of
Re,ring
 • Elec,on
of
2011
 Board
Members Nomina,ng
CommiEee • Nomina'ng
Commi+ee
 • Annual
Report
to
the
 Report
&
Elec'on
 Membership • Recess
to
Board
of
 Directors
Mee,ng
    8. 8. Nomina,ng
CommiEee
Report Class
of
2013
for
elec'on Regional
Representa'ves • Hugh
Meyers
(1st
full
 (appointed
by
Board) term)
 • Bonnie
Condon
(1st
full
 • ScoE
Stevenson
(1st
full
 term)

 term) • Chris
Cox
(1st
full
term) • Deborah
PaEerson
(1st
 • Gayle
Klopp
(1st
full
 full
term) term)
    9. 9. 2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda • Convening
Prayer
 
 • Reconvene
 • Call
to
Order Membership
Mee'ng • Approval
of
Minutes
of
 • Prayer
of
Consecra'on
 March
6,
2009
 of
New
Leadership • Recogni,on
of
Re,ring
 • Elec,on
of
2011
 Board
Members Nomina,ng
CommiEee • Nomina,ng
CommiEee
 • Annual
Report
to
the
 Report
&
Elec,on
 Membership • Recess
to
Board
of
 Directors
Mee'ng
    10. 10. 2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda • Convening
Prayer
 
 • Reconvene
Membership
 • Call
to
Order Mee,ng • Approval
of
Minutes
of
 • Prayer
of
Consecra,on
 March
6,
2009
 of
New
Leadership • Recogni,on
of
Re,ring
 • Elec'on
of
2011
 Board
Members Nomina'ng
Commi+ee • Nomina,ng
CommiEee
 • Annual
Report
to
the
 Report
&
Elec,on
 Membership • Recess
to
Board
of
 Directors
Mee,ng
    11. 11. Elec,on
of
 2011
Nomina,ng
CommiEee
 • Jon
Henning,
Chair • Mary
Wesley* • Nancy
Himell* • Cheryl
Howell* • Darlene
Sowell *incumbent
    12. 12. 2010
Business
Mee,ng
Agenda • Convening
Prayer
 
 • Reconvene
Membership
 • Call
to
Order Mee,ng • Approval
of
Minutes
of
 • Prayer
of
Consecra,on
 March
6,
2009
 of
New
Leadership • Recogni,on
of
Re,ring
 • Elec,on
of
2011
 Board
Members Nomina,ng
CommiEee • Nomina,ng
CommiEee
 • Annual
Report
to
the
 Report
&
Elec,on
 Membership • Recess
to
Board
of
 Directors
Mee,ng
    13. 13. 2009
Annual
Report
    14. 14. Filling
Our
Basin •
Five‐year
value
proposi,on •
Three
core
strategies •
Regional
Structure •Telecommu,ng/Support
Center
    15. 15. What’s
New
Since
2005? Member
Rela*ons 94%
of
members
visited UCC
rela,onships
and
 Conference
groups New
annual
mee,ng
design Electronic
communica,ons

    16. 16. What’s
New
Since
2005? Business
Services $3,093,000
 in
total
member
savings $330,040
 in
revenue
for
CHHSM
    17. 17. What’s
New
Since
2005? Opera*ons Reduced
overhead
by
$40,000/year More
and
beEer
use
of
 technology 2009‐2010
 financial
sustainability
plan
    18. 18. Financial
Sustainability
Plan 14%
shor`all Projected
 11% Reduced
budgeted
expenditures
by
 60%
reduc,ons
in
administra,ve
and
other
 non‐personnel
budget
lines 40%
personnel‐related
through
salary
and
 benefit
reduc,ons
    19. 19. Revenue Amount %
Total Member
Dues $671,341 78.4% Program
Revenue $121,180 14.1% Annual
Mee,ng $47,315 5.5% Investment
Income $15,595 1.8% Other
Income $1,230 0.1% 2009
 Total
Revenue Expense $856,661 100.0% Financial
 Salaries/Benefits Program
Expenses $575,628 $58,445 65.4% 6.7% Ac,vity Annual
Mee,ng $45,134 5.1% Mee,ng/Travel $58,667 6.7% Marke,ng/Communica,ons $43,442 4.9% Financial
Services/Insurance $14,578 1.7% Rent
and
Office
Opera,ons $74,627 8.5% Deprecia,on
Expense $3,900 0.4% Other
Expenses $4,163 0.6% Total
Expense $878,584 100.0% Opera,ng
Surplus/(Deficit) ‐$21,923 Unrealized
Gain/(Loss) $84,164 NET INCOME/(LOSS) $62,241
    20. 20. 12/31/09 12/31/08 Assets Cash
&
Equivalents $54,041 $88,205 2009
Financial
 Investments
@
market 505,713 429,256 Posi,on Other
Current
Assets 31,538 25,014 Property
&
Equip
(less
depr.) 5,065 7,439 Total Assets 596,358 549,914 Liabilities Accounts
Payable 17,612 19,961 Accrued
Expenses 32,219 45,667 Deferred
Income 0 0 Total
Liabili,es 49,831 65,628 Net Assets Designated
(Filling
Our
Basin) 0 104,393 Unrestricted 546,527 379,893 Total Net Assets 546,527 484,286 Total Liabilities & Net Assets 596,358 549,914
    21. 21. What’s
New
Since
2005? Leadership
Development 43
Diakonal
Ministers
creden,aled More
than
300
leaders
introduced
to
 apprecia,ve
prac,ces 10
organiza,ons
and
2
networks
engaged
in
 consul,ng
services Faith
Based
Leadership
Ins,tute
not
 sustainable
    22. 22. Toward
a
Community
of
Leaders How
can
CHHSM
build
on
its
founda,on
of
 leadership
strength
and
con,nuing
cul,va,ng
 a
community
of
leaders?

    23. 23. Toward
a
Community
of
Leaders We
are… Rela,onal Accountable Theological
and
Spiritual Historical
    24. 24. Visit
to
Diakonie
Ministries Germany
and
Belgium
    25. 25. Deaconess
Sisters
    26. 26. Ascension
Day
in
Bethel

    27. 27. Kirchentag
    28. 28. Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on 
 
 CHHSM’s
Back
Bay
Mission
Fund:
$300,000




    29. 29. Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on
    30. 30. Back
Bay
Mission
Rededica,on Bethel
Estates
    31. 31. The
United
Church
of
Christ
 in
2009
    32. 32. 2010
and
Beyond
    33. 33. “Ins,tu,ons
in
con,nuing
covenant
with
the
 UCC
have,
through
CHHSM,
formed
their
own
 congrega*on
of
witness…CHHSM’s
work
is
 primarily
that
of
a
spiritual
community,
a
 congrega*on.” CHHSM
Board
of
Directors,
November
7,
2002 
 “…as
ministries
with
a
common
faith
tradi,on
 we
need
to
be
a
part
of
an
inten,onal
 community
of
mutual
support.” 
CHHSM
Philosophy,
Mission
and
Vision
Statement,
1993
    34. 34. We
Are
and
Are
Becoming 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Movement 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Order 
 
 
 
 
 
 Congrega,on 
 
 
 
 
 
 Community
of
Leaders 

    35. 35. We
Are
and
Will
Be
Marked
by 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Vital
Heritage 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Meaningful
Rela,onship 
 
 
 
 
 
 Mutual
Accountability 
 
 
 
 
 
 Spiritual
Grounding
    36. 36. CHHSM The
Congrega*on
for
Health
and
 Human
Service
Ministry
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