More Than Enough | 2022

As we emerge from this period of disruption and isolation in our congregations, we have felt the pain and frustration of distance, of diminished resources, and of our ability to connect in the ways to which we are accustomed. However, as we take inventory of our spiritual resources, the strength of our community, and our capacity for generosity, we realize that there is now, and always has been, More Than Enough.

This pledge campaign has complete resources for a fall campaign for Liturgical Year C. 

  • Seasonal Reflections, Advent through late Pentecost 
  • Logos and artwork 
  • Timeline and Campaign Implementation 
  • Prayers of the People 
  • Sample Campaign Letters 
  • Sample Pledge Cards
  • Weekly Reflections, Sept. 11 – Nov. 13
  • More Than Enough Hymn (in English only)

All resources are presented in MS Word and PDF for maximum customizing and are available in English and Spanish.

The TENS resources are available to members only, and behind a paywall.

The TENS resources are available to members only, and behind a paywall.

Why do we do this?

The pledge campaign tools take time and energy to create. Much goes into the vision and implementation. TENS memberships, by dioceses or congregations, fund this important work. Your membership fees and generous donations help us to create these tools for you.


To learn more about membership, or to become a member if you are not yet a part of the TENS Network, please visit our Membership Portal.

How to use

TENS Annual Campaigns are current, contextual, and respond to the lectionary of the given year. We provide our pledge campaigns in English and in Spanish. Simply select the campaign package that you would like, and click to download the .zip file. We include files in MS Word and in PDF format.

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