My article posted earlier this week alludes to how many Christian organizations are grasping new technologies as a way to boost their ministry. I think it's a new idea for many Jewish organizations, which I report are slower to cotton on to technology.
I came across this post on Church Marketing Sucks (a blog with a lot of good advice), which I think outlines the way many churches think of themselves. It's called What Every Non-profit Can Learn From a For-profit (here's the PowerPoint slide show), but it's a Christian camp company.
Some might find it a capitalistic view of growing a ministry, but this presentation still represents a forward and growing way of thinking. Some interesting thoughts about how to use business principles in a spiritual setting.
If you have some extra reading time, check out this article from PBS called "Church 2.0: Does a Congregation Know More Than the Pastor?" from the great MediaShift blog. Excellent view on how churches are grasping Web 2.0 technologies.