Community Giving Campaign
Let’s be Church Together, so we can be Church Alive !
Each fall, members and friends of the congregation are asked to make a financial commitment to the ongoing ministries of St. Paul’s. Collectively, our pledged support provides supports to our annual budget and empowers our congregation to live out our mission of “Proclaiming Christ in the heart of the City.”
As a historic downtown church near the political center of our city, we seek to reflect the love and compassion of Christ through worship, formation and community engagement. Gifts to our Community Giving Campaign support every aspect of these ministries, within and beyond our walls.
Your support of our ministries during this difficult time strengthens St. Paul’s. Thank you. We know that some of you are facing unforeseen economic difficulties that make it difficult for you to support your church financially right now. We understand. We are confident that others who are able to do so will give generously during this time of uncertainty.
Each person, each family does what it can. Together our gifts help to ensure that we remain a welcoming community for everyone and a church that seeks to meet needs around the corner and across the ocean.
To make your Annual Pledge for 2021, you can fill out an online pledge form found HERE.
Or…Set up a recurring donation HERE.
View this year’s Community Giving Campaign Packet
- Letter from the Steering Committee about Campaign
- Frequently Asked Questions
- St. Paul’s Endowment Fund, Inc. Overview
Participate in our Congregational Forum | Sunday, October 11th at 11:00 a.m.
As part of this year’s Community Giving Campaign, we are offering a Congregational Forum on Zoom following worship on Sunday, October 11th (approx. 11:00 a.m.). You will hear a brief update on St. Paul’s ministries and an in-depth overview of our financial standing, budget priorities and relationship to The St. Paul’s Endowment Fund. There will be an opportunity for questions and conversation. The forum will be recorded for those who cannot attend.