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Download your 2016 Pledge Form

Join us with your pledge of support, and invest in Trinity’s future.

 

It is time to kick off our 2016 Stewardship Campaign! It is an honor to participate in this most important undertaking. We are invited in this campaign to pledge our time and talents to carry on and expand our mission of love and service in the spirit of the following scripture from 2 Corinthians:

Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. As it is written: “They have freely scattered their gifts to the poor; their righteousness endures forever.”

With this year’s  packet, we are providing a tote bag gift for your personal use. Just a small token, but the image of Trinity on the tote you carry in public sends the message that we are here…join us!

Enclosed with this packet are two separate forms:

  1. Financial Pledge…Please prayerfully consider this giving request. If you have pledged in the past and can match or increase your pledge for 2016, thank you. If you have not previously pledged or have passed for a time, please make an effort to pledge this year. Small pledges and large pledges add together and enable us to allocate funds to existing and new ministries.  With growth we can hire a Director of Youth and fund youth programs, recycle and replenish prayer books and hymnals, purchase new choir robes, increase staff salaries, fund outreach and respond to ministries the Holy Spirit has yet to unveil.
  2. Time and talent…The purest form of giving is giving oneself, in love. Time and Talent Pledges are critical because love and service are delivered face to face! Your careful consideration of the opportunities described in the pledge sheet is deeply appreciated.

May God richly bless you in your support for our Trinity mission.

Nimocks Haigh and Ginger Hester, co-chairs