Nashville, TN – The General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA) Ministry Partner Program recently added two new companies: Subsplash and Ecolab/Guest Supply (Ecolab). Ministry Partners are vetted to assure they adhere to the Social Principles of The United Methodist Church and are researched to respond to needs expressed to GCFA by members and congregations of the Church.
The Subsplash platform is the complete solution for connecting with your community on Sunday and beyond. Subsplash is a multi-function, multi-media company that offers an online giving platform developed for use by churches of all sizes. The platform is designed to provide churches with a quick set-up process to receive online, text-to-give, and app-based donations. Subsplash offers affordable live streaming services and also hosts video streaming. Church administrators can easily manage giving, live streaming, and all the products available with the Subsplash platform.
“At Subsplash, our desire is to equip every church with world-class tools that further enable them to share the Gospel and make more and better disciples. We’re excited to serve the churches and ministries of The United Methodist Church in this effort”, said Chris Sharp, Subsplash Chief Revenue Officer.
Subsplash will host a webinar Wednesday, September 16, 2020 11 am CT. The webinar will cover information on the Subsplash apps, eGiving, live streaming capabilities and more. Register today at to find solutions to common church administration frustrations and how to improve current situations.
Ecolab is an industry leader in providing hygiene and technologies to protect church properties and the people attending events/services. Ecolab products can help churches keep worship and meeting spaces a clean and safe environment. Ecolab provides everything from cleaning supplies to sanitize surfaces where church members gather, to safe food handling supplies.
Paul Martin, Senior Corporate Manager for Ecolab said “Ecolab and Guest Supply are excited to partner with The United Methodist Church. With representatives in every area across the nation, we are committed to delivering the products and training you need to reopen and maintain the safety of your churches. All of this is to help protect what matters most, your parishioners and employees.”
For more information on the GCFA Ministry Partner program, contact Kellie Schmeal, Relationship Director, at GCFA: 615-369-2408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The General Council on Finance and Administration coordinates and administers financial resources, safeguards the legal interests and rights of the Church, and provides administrative resources to enable the fulfillment of the mission of The United Methodist Church.