Our clergy and staff are also working to meet parishioners in need where they are. All of our staff members remain employed and are working from home. Our ministry work is continuing as best as we are able. For example, we now offer takeout lunch for our Water Ministry program for those most vulnerable, and other ministries are creating ways to connect parishioners of every age.
While most of our expenses are for staff (or basic physical plant costs), we are working to reduce expenses where possible, such as by reducing our utility and cleaning costs while the building is closed. And we aren't buying any donuts!
In this difficult time, where fear and anxiety are high, sustaining our ministry, and this important community, is more important than ever. It has never been about the bricks and mortar, and we will not let the physical obstacles prevent us from Living God’s Love today.
But to do that, we urgently need your ongoing financial support.
The weekly plate offering is a significant portion of our revenue, so we ask that you please consider fulfilling your pledge at your earliest convenience, or setting up an
online, recurring payment
to do so. And if you are able, please consider increasing your support. It will make a big difference as we navigate these difficult waters ahead. It will help ensure our programs can continue in their new adjusted format, and we can resume at full strength when our building is reopened.
To“Give Once” or “Give Multiple Times”