Giving

Why We Give

“We exist to give away love” states our new bishop, the Rt. Rev. Craig Loya. Our mission – the mission of all Episcopalians – is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. At St. Luke’s, we do this by sharing God’s love with the world around us. Each and every gift that we give to support God’s work at St. Luke’s enables this church to carry out God’s work in this world. Everything we do and every expense we incur – every power bill, every paycheck, every order of coffee, every purchase of sheet music – helps us share God’s love with each other and with the world. No matter what ministries you take part in, your gifts are a participation in the life and work of St. Luke’s.

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What Our Giving Supports

Our parish exists to help people live their fullest, deepest lives through worship, spiritual growth, and service to others. Giving to St. Luke’s makes these ministries possible while seeing to the care and upkeep of our parish property.

  • Worship – Provide opportunities for communal worship, music, and prayer.
  • Grow – Engage in spiritual growth, fellowship, and pastoral care.
  • Serve – Adapt and continue our outreach and community service efforts.
  • Sustain – Keep the parish building and grounds intact for our eventual return.

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Ways To Give

There are four convenient methods to make your gifts to St. Luke’s: automated bill pay from your banking service, a physical check, online giving (credit cards accepted) through our web site, or the donation of marketable securities.

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2021 Annual Pledge Info

Due to the uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, it will help our congregation accurately plan our ministry for 2021 if you will please share what you plan to give to St. Luke’s next year. Pledge materials have been mailed to all St. Luke’s households.  Enclosed you will find a 2021 pledge form and return envelope. Please take some time over the next several weeks to prayerfully consider what part of your income you will share with St. Luke’s in 2021. Remember that God is good and that you have been given gifts to share. If you have lost some of that income, your commitment should be less. If you have not been affected financially by the pandemic, consider growing your gift as a way to share a little more with those who have less.

Please return your pledge in the enclosed envelope by October 14th.

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