Come See Us At The 2023 EPN Conference

Next week FaithX will be at the 2023 Episcopal Parish Network Conference in Jacksonville, Florida. For the first time ever, this year FaithX is attending the conference as a sponsor. So if you are there, come by and see us.

As you may know, the mission of The FaithX Project is to help congregations and their judicatories survive and thrive in challenging times through data-grounded discernment and planning. We offer consultation, research, and resources designed to help congregations and judicatories understand their vitality strengths and weaknesses, identify missional opportunities and challenges in the communities they serve and leverage their strengths to more effectively engage. Our clients include dozens of denominations and judicatories as well as hundreds of congregations across the U.S. We collaborate with several partner organizations, including Datastory, Episcopal Church Foundation, Esri, Gathering of Leaders, Learning Forte, Presbyterian Foundation, Stewardship Realty, TryTank, and more.

So if you are attending the EPN conference, we invite you to visit us in the exhibition hall at Booth 32, meet the FaithX missional consulting team and our partners at Datastory, grab a free brochure notebook and pen, sample our Congregational Vitality Assessment and Neighborhood Insights Report.


And while you’re there, enter our raffle


Dioceses can enter to win
(1) Congregational Vitality Assessment – Judicatory Platform (by FaithX)
(1) MapDash for Faith Communities Platform (by Datastory)
(an $8,000 value total)

Congregations can enter to win
1st Prize
a Neighborhood Insights Report for your parish, with 1 hour of consultation, and a 1-page written summary with recommendations
(a $750 value)

2nd Prize
a Neighborhood Insights Report, with 1 hour of consultation
(a $500 value)

3rd Prize
a Neighborhood Insights Report
(a $250 value)


So if you are at EPN next week, come on by Booth 32.
We’d be happy to meet you.

Ken, Mary, and Steve
The FaithX Missional Consulting Team
Rick Snell
Datastory Consultant