Colin Saxton accepts stewardship consultant role
Expanding ministry and services in Friends community
Beginning Aug. 1, Colin will start serving as the primary Everence liaison with the broad Friends community, including with the multiple networks and associations of Quakers around the country. He will also specifically focus on serving Friends meetings and churches as well as Anabaptist-Mennonite churches in Northwestern United States.
“Colin is passionate about encouraging and inspiring stewardship among Friends,” said Bill Hartman, Everence Vice President of Organization and Congregation Services. “Everence has developed numerous partnerships within the Friends community over the years, and we look forward to Colin supporting and strengthening those relationships.”
“I am grateful and excited to be part of the good work at Everence,” Colin said. “For many years, I have been so impressed with the variety of its services and products that help individuals become more faithful in their stewardship choices and by the resources that enable congregations and organizations to thrive more fully.”
About Everence: Everence helps individuals, organizations and churches integrate financial decisions with faith and values. Founded in 1945 by Mennonites, Everence today serves over 25 peace church and related denominations and networks that value a stewardship approach to cultivating resources. Everence is committed to growing healthy stewardship ministries within faith communities. With a national team of advisors and staff, Everence offers banking, insurance and financial services with community benefits and stewardship education.