GIVING

Here at Webster Hills, we give because God first gave to us. It’s not because we have to, it’s because we get to. And in giving out of a heart of gratitude we are able, in yet one more tangible way, to be part of a mission bigger than ourselves – sharing the Hope of Jesus with a world in need of hope.

 

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Generosity

Making a financial commitment makes an impact. It helps shape your relationship with God and your church. A pledge acknowledges that everything we have comes from God and is a way to make firm your intention to give faithfully throughout the year.

It allows you to share your resources in ways that will bless others through the ministries of Webster Hills United Methodist Church.

Practically speaking, a pledge lets you plan your charitable giving for 2019 and makes tax accounting easier. A pledge also makes you feel good, like any gift you give from the heart.

In addition, pledging benefits Webster Hills UMC. The church depends upon your financial contributions, in addition to your commitment and participation in other parish activities, to do its work and ministry. Making a pledge enables us to better plan for how to use our resources. While regular non-pledged giving is important, a pledge helps plan more accurately and better enable our ministries to thrive and grow.

As you make this commitment, consider other ways of getting involved at Webster Hills by sharing your time, your gifts and our talents. We strongly believe the more involved you are, the more we can do for God and the better prepared we are to fulfill our mission of Follow Jesus.  Change the World. 

Take a moment and read our BOLD Generosity Booklet for 2019.

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“This most generous God who gives seed to the farmer that becomes bread for your meals is more than extravagant with you. He gives you something you can then give away, which grows into full-formed lives, robust in God, wealthy in every way, so that you can be generous in every way…” -2 Corinthians 9:11, The Message