2020 Annual Stewardship Campaign

"For the fruit of all creation"


Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2019 Annual Stewardship Campaign. The dollars pledged to this 2020's campaign will be used to fund our operating budget. Salaries, utilities, outreach programs and much more are paid for with dollars pledged during this year’s campaign.

Pledge cards and envelopes are available in the narathex and can be returned by mail or placed in the Sunday collection plate. An electronic version is also available. Simply fill it out and hit “submit”. It’s that simple!

Thank you for your generosity to this year’s campaign.

Pledge Card

Frequently Asked Questions

I donate on a regular basis. Why is it important that I pledge?

All donations are appreciated: however, pledges are important to permit St. Paul’s to budget each year. St. Paul’s is committed to a balanced budget, and pledges are necessary for estimating revenue. With greater contributions St. Paul’s can add programs and services for our members and our community. If pledges are low St. Paul’s could be forced to reduce programs, staff or services or defer other needed services.

I pledged last year. Do I need to pledge again?

You need to renew and update your pledge annually. If you are currently donating by a recurring debit charge or withdrawal that will continue at the same level unless you make a change. Nevertheless, we ask that you complete a pledge card, or update your donation online, so that we may know that you have made a pledge decision for 2020. 

What if I am uncertain about the future and am reluctant to pledge?

Your pledge is not an enforceable contract. Although we ask that all pledges be a reflection of a real intent to donate, if you have a change in circumstance, you can change your pledge at any time during the year by submitting a revised pledge card or electronic authorization.

Does the amount of my pledge or donation affect my standing at St. Paul’s?

No. St. Paul’s is an open and affirming church, and neither membership nor opportunities to serve are conditioned upon your pledging a certain amount at all.

Who should you visit with if you have questions?

You can visit with Amma Nicola, Deacon John, Matt Petty,or Skeet Wooten. All conversation remain confidential.