How to Give
Giving is central to what it means to live as a Chrisitian. We are a generous people because we serve a generous God. We get to give.
Every minute and every penny has the potential to improve and even change a life forever. Thank you for your generous response to what God has done and is doing in your life and in our common life at Faith Lutheran Church!
FREEING FAITH APPEAL 2017 PLEDGES
We’ve had a great Freeing Faith Stewardship Appeal with the number of pledges up 30% so far.
President of the Congregation, Paula Ambrosini, brought a heartfelt and fine conclusion to our series of member talks during worship. Click here for the text of her remarks.
Materials are still available on the announcement tables and can be accessed below.
A pledge is not a contract. It is a statement of intent that can be revised up or down. What it does is help us be intentional about our giving.
Pray about it, and then return your completed pledge this coming Sunday. We will bring our pledges to the altar and tie them to a Christmas tree as a response to the great gift of God in Jesus Christ.
Thank you for your continued partnership in our common ministry, your generous response to God’s grace, and your shining example of what a Christian community looks like among the people it serves and to whom it witnesses.
STEWARDSHIP LETTER AT END OF 2016
Click here for a copy of Pastor Berkedal's letter to the congregation with regard to our financial condition as the year 2016 neared its end. What new opportunities has God given us? How can you be a good manager of what God has given you?
Click on the links to the left below the line to discover opportunities for you to give joyfully in response to what God has already given you.
Click here for info on how to give money too our Emergency Food Pantry Fund. Be sure mark your instrument of giving "Food Pantry".
Click here for a letter about our year-end giving needs at the end of 2014.