Stewardship is about celebrating God’s goodness to us, and being part of that goodness in the lives of others.
In 2021 we are focusing on the spiritual growth aspect of giving. It’s not so much that the church, or even God, needs our money! Rather, giving is tangible way in which we are growing in trust and love with the God who gives us everything.
Celebration Sunday, November 7, is the day we will together make our commitments for the year ahead. Join us at one of our worship services on November 6 or 7, and for the Celebration Luncheon at noon, November 7, in the Parish Hall.
If you would like to pledge to St. John’s, please go to our pledge page.
If you would like to give today, go here
Our Legacy Society recognizes generous parishioners who have included the parish in their giving plans.
Naming St. John’s in your will is an easy way to support your parish in the long term. Other giving techniques are available, including making St. John’s a beneficiary of your retirement plan or life insurance policy, along with more sophisticated vehicles for larger gifts.
Please contact the St. John’s Planned Giving Chairman for further information or a list of attorneys who can advise you about wills and estate planning. The church office can provide the Chairman’s name and contact information.
To date, the St. John’s Legacy Society includes the following individuals:
- Ann and Mike Connolly
- Margery and Michael Hunter
- Christopher Tielens
- H.E. Walker
- Ann Purcell
St. John’s is grateful for the commitment these parishioners have shown by taking steps to support St. John’s financially beyond their annual pledges.
A Trip Down Memory Lane
A few years back, St. John’s produced a stewardship video called, “Giving Hearts, Grateful Hearts.” The video showcased several of our church’s ministries, illustrating exactly how your giving makes a difference in the way God is at work in and through our parish.
Here are four segments of that video. Enjoy!