ABOUT THE STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN
This year’s is “Every Perfect Gift.” It reminds us that everything we receive and everything we give comes as a gift from God. Each of us is a gift to each other and the world. Just as a honeybee collects nectar and pollen for the good of her whole colony, by sharing our gifts, we are contributing to the vitality of the church and participating in God’s ongoing creation of abundance and generosity. While the church has bills to pay, the focus of stewardship is helping people to grow spiritually in their relationship with God by supporting their church’s mission and ministry with a percentage of their income. We are motivated to give generously for a variety of reasons:
5. We like to help other people.
On Sun., Nov. 12 at 7:00 p.m., join us in the Parlor for a Dessert Gathering (about one hour) with a brief inspirational presentation by Rev. Barb Javore, along with conversation and fellowship with friends and members of Trinity Wilmette. Dessert will be provided. To RSVP, [click here].
A Special Worship on Sun., Nov. 19 at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Dr. Barbara Javore as our guest leader. This service will be available for you to join either in-person or online on Consecration Sunday. A Celebration Luncheon will follow in-person worship. We hope everyone in our church family will make plans to participate. To RSVP, [click here].
The Act of Consecration will be the high point of worship on Consecration Sunday, as each person or household will be given the opportunity to make an estimate of their giving for 2024. Since giving is an essential and spiritual part of being a disciple of Jesus Christ, you should review how God has blessed you and consider what percentage of your income you will give to God. To make an estimate of giving, [click here].
To make giving easier, consider giving to Trinity Church by electronic funds transfer. Here’s the link to the form. Please complete and return it to the church office to the attention of Trinity’s Financial Secretary, Amy Reimer (email@example.com). Contact Amy at 847-251-7333 x104 with questions regarding electronic funds transfer.