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Stewardship Update

With joyful thanks, the Stewardship Committee is pleased to report that as of 1/31/18, our extraordinarily generous congregation of members and friends have pledged a record-setting $850,890.00 for 2018! Scripture reminds us of the joys of giving: “A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure […]

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Stewardship Update

01 Mar 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As of Sunday, February 12, 2017 340 families have pledged $745,377.75 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Are you among them? Please mail your pledge card today or drop it in the Sunday offering.

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Stewardship Update

11 Feb 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As of Sunday, January 29th 337 families have pledged $742,617.75 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pledges continue to be received. If you are not among those who have offered your pledge, please consider how you may best be a part of this ministry and either mail your pledge […]

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Stewardship Update

06 Feb 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As of Sunday, January 29th 335 families have pledged $739,417.75 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pledges continue to be received. If you are not among those who have offered your pledge, please consider how you may best be a part of this ministry and either mail your pledge […]

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Stewardship Update

06 Feb 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As of Sunday, January 15, 2017 323 families have pledged $719,037.75 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pledges continue to be received. If you are not among those who have offered your pledge, please consider how you may best be a part of this ministry and either mail your pledge […]

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Stewardship Update

11 Jan 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As Tuesday, January 10, 2017 313 families have pledged $707,505.00 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pledges continue to be received. If you are not among those who have offered your pledge, please consider how you may best be a part of this ministry and either mail your pledge […]

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Stewardship Update

06 Jan 2017 | Comments Off on Stewardship Update

As of Tuesday, December 20th, 287 families have pledged $668,050.00 towards the support of Christ’s ministry in and through Memorial Presbyterian Church. Pledges continue to be received. If you are not among those who have offered your pledge, please consider how you may best be a part of this ministry and either mail your pledge […]

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Reflections on Discovering Joy Through Generosity

When I was asked if I would write a devotional about why I give to Memorial Presbyterian Church, I immediately thought, Of course I will!  And then I realized I would need a little bit of time to think of how to explain what is in my heart.  To keep it simple, I asked myself […]

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Reflections on Discovering Joy Through Generosity

I wish I had more memories of my childhood. What I have are snapshots from different parts, different times. I wish I had more because many of those snapshots are of community. Being around people. Church service in Bibanga. Going to the river with classmates from Central School. Playing soccer with #10 cans because there […]

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Reflections on Discovering Joy Through Generosity

When I was asked to reflect on how I had discovered joy through giving generously of time, talent and treasure to MPC, I immediately thought of the wonderful honor I had been given to become a deacon of the church. This has been a year of great loss for me, and I feel that church […]

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