Investing in the Church
The church has a saving plan an opportunity to invest in God's work. This
investment is open to everyone. And if a person invests now, he or she will grow with the
You may have several questions about specific church needs and how you can help.
Perhaps you are interested in investing more of your assets, whether they be money, time,
or effort. You can rededicate your interest into your savings plan reinvest it, as
Investing in the church doesn't require a lump sum. All it takes is a few dollars each
week and an open heart. If you skip on the plan, there is no penalty except the one
you impose on yourself by breaking the habit of investing regularly. And there are plenty
of subsidiary activities for men, women, and children. Diversification of this sort is a
perfectly sound way to invest.
There are as many reasons for investing as there are investors. Whatever your reason,
it is never too late, or too early, to invest in the church and share in its growth.
Archive of Stewardship messages from Tidings, our church newsletter:
Church finances as end of 2002 approaches
Commitment - More than just a promise
2002 budget for our new church, can you pledge to a purpose?
Giving Stock, Mutual Funds, and Bonds
Church of Nativity Pledges 1985 to 1998
Planned Giving to Church of the Nativity
Honor Roll of Contributors - March, 1999
What Does Your Church Mean to You?
Where you put your money, is where your heart is
A Saving Plan
More Programs at Church of the Nativity:
Episcopal Church Women
Daughters of the King