Stewardship at St. Mark’s

Everything we have ultimately belongs to God. We are merely caretakers—or stewards. So when we talk about giving, we use the word stewardship: using the resources God has given us for his purposes and glory. Through our giving, we minister both inside and outside our walls. Sacrificial giving not only financially supports St. Mark’s; it opens us up to a new life of trusting God with all we have. God is the giver of every good gift—and he calls us to share in the giving. 

The mission and ministry of St. Mark’s is made possible by the financial support of of our members. Our hope is that every member of St. Mark’s submits a pledge card annually and over time strives to reach the goal of giving a tithe (10%) of their annual income to the church.

Each year on All Saints Sunday (early November), we include the ingathering of pledged commitments as part of our worship service, where pledge cards are collected and placed on the altar and blessed. If you miss All Saints Sunday, you can submit a pledge any other time by mailing in a pledge card to the church office, or by filling out our online pledge form by clicking the button below.

This form is just to tell us your pledge, not to pay it. To actually make a payment of your pledge, you can do so in the offering plate on Sunday, mailing or dropping off a check at the church office, or by using our secure online giving portal.