Stewardship

 

April 20, 2019 Community/Pledge Day

Click here to make your pledge online!

Stewardship

Stewardship includes all the ways we care for our congregation. Financial gifts, gifts of time, and gifts of talent are our love and commitment made visible.  All aspects of stewardship can be as much about continually nurturing a spirit of generosity as they are about obligation and responsibility.

A Letter from Our Board President

A Letter from Our Ministers

Schedule of Events for April 20:

9-10:30 a.m. Leader & Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast
10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. All-Day Social Justice Egg Hunt
11-12 noon Zumba with MAM
11-12 noon Facebook Live Event with Rev. Scott
12-1 p.m. Family Hangout & Snack Potluck
1-3 p.m. Board Games & Hangout
4-5:30 p.m. Sing Along with Ray (show tunes!)

                5:30-7 p.m. All-church Pitch-in Supper, and 30 & 40 Year Member Recognition

Click here for a fancy poster about April 20!

Support Our Budget for Next Year!

Since Sunday, March 31, there have been many easy opportunities for you to make a financial pledge for the coming 2019-20 year (July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020). There will be friendly helpful people at a table in Fellowship Hall on Community/Pledge Day, with pledge cards already labeled with your name if you made a pledge last year. There will also be blank pledge cards available. You do not need to be a member of the congregation to make a financial pledge. Everyone is welcome to participate and support the work of our congregation!

Click here to make your pledge online using our simple google form.

Our operating budget is the way that the church is able to cover all the costs associated with operating the church including minister and staff salaries, building and grounds upkeep and maintenance, programming, and social justice work beyond our walls.

Pledge Day Memories:

Here’s a slide show from Earth Day/Pledge Day 4-22-17 Rev. Macklin created it on her phone! (It takes about 30 seconds to download.)

 

 


 Our Special Purposes Fund

Special Purposes Fund Committee members Helmut Hentschel, Joanne Wilhelm, Chris Haynes, Sandra Churchill and Kathleen Sideli

The Special Purposes Fund (SPF) supports the Church’s religious, charitable, educational and civic purposes beyond activities under the normal operating budget, via management of both endowment and general funds. It accepts both direct donations and donations from estates through Planned Giving.

Read details of SPF activity in the 2017 Annual Report.

Contributions to SPF may be made through

  • Direct Donations
  • Planned Giving

Contact the Special Purposes Fund Committee at spf@nulluubloomington.org