Giving to the church is a spiritual practice. It’s a tangible way to answer God’s call to support the work of this faith community. It’s also an investment in our congregation and its future.
This year, we are lifting up four pillars of our life together: Faith that Matters, Worship That Matters, Outreach That Matters, Community That Matters. These four pillars represent important parts of our congregation’s identity that we celebrate with gratitude, even as we remember that it’s your commitments to our annual campaign that makes them possible.
In short: your giving matters.
Get Ready for Pledge Sunday!
This Sunday, November 20, is Pledge Sunday!
We’ve heard about it, we’ve prayed on it, we’ve celebrated it! Now it’s time to make your commitment.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Bring your completed Pledge Card to worship this Sunday, November 20! You can find your pledge card in your Annual Giving Campaign Packet you recently received.
- Don’t have your pledge card? No worries! There will be extra pledge cards available at worship on Sunday – just ask an usher!
- Pledge cards will be received during the morning offering at Sunday’s worship service.
- Easier to pledge online? Just click here and you can make your pledge online today!
Our Four Giving Pillars
Faith formation is at the heart of everything we do. Whether a lifelong Presbyterian or a newcomer ready with lots of questions (or somewhere in the middle!), we meet those where they are in their faith journey.
In worship, we proclaim and celebrate the Good News of Jesus Christ. Joy, warmth, and beauty are the hallmarks of our services, steeped in a rich tradition that engages the heart and mind through sacred music, scripture, sermon, and prayer.
God calls us to accompany our neighbors. We envision a world that is just, loving, joyful, sustainable, and peaceful, and strive to be a congregation that is inspired and equipped to help make that vision a reality.
Part of our mission is to form close and meaningful connections in the life of our community, where fellowship, belonging, spiritual growth, and a sense of purpose guide our people in their journey of faith.