The Ohio Conference has ended the 2020-21 fiscal year in the black, according to figures provided by Financial Coordinator Stan Helmuth. On March 31, 2021, the Conference finished the 2020-21 fiscal year with an operating surplus of $4,944.
In comparison, the Conference finished the 2019-20 fiscal year with a deficit of $7,484. Over the past decade, the Conference has ended its fiscal year with a surplus four times and a deficit six times. (See the accompanying chart for details.)
Receipts and expenses for the month of March were fairly balanced, resulting in an operating surplus of just $58 for the month.
In 2020-21, giving from congregations totaled $285,083, while individuals gave $52,370. Our thanks go out to all congregations and individuals who contributed to the Ohio Conference during this past fiscal year!