Our Committment to Giving is about participating in God’s mission. Money represents the labor and substance of our lives, evidence of the blessings we have. From ancient times, people have given the "first fruits of their labor"--the first and best portion--to God as a tangible expression of faith.
“How much of my wealth should I contribute for God's mission and ministry?" We give in proportion to our income--balanced and equitable. We insure the continued vitality as it goes about God's work in the world. That is our expectation and committment.
Talk with our priest, Jean, about making your commitment.
Through several generations, St. Andrew’s has been the recipient of numerous gifts to support ministries long into the future. We remember with gratitude the following persons who chose to use the gifts God entrusted to them to strengthen the future of St. Andrew’s:
Robert Bennett, The Family of Dorothy Bonnett
Leo Cole, Winnie Cutting
Gertrude Davis, Martha L. Fleming
Rodger K. Furse, The Griswold Family
The Revs. George Heald and Theodore A. Hopkins
Elizabeth B. Longmore, Andrew B. Moore
Samuel A. Moore, Herbert Hugh Quimby
Beatrice Ranney, Alice M. Ritchie
Luella Schroeder, Ruby Smythe
Florence Tull, Arthur Witherspoon
Let us now sing the praises of famous men and women,
our ancestors in their generations….
Their bodies are buried in peace,
but their name lives on generation after generation.
To contribute to the future of St. Andrew’s, please contact the Trustees of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, firstname.lastname@example.org , 5 Rock Point Rd., Burlington, VT 05408 or tel. 802.863.3431