In the good times and in the bad times,
all that we need to sustain us
and carry us through each new day,
one new day at a time.
All that we are and
all that we have are gifts from God.
Stewardship is a spiritual matter.
It is not just about money and giving.
It is about how we use our blessings
and how we live our lives to honor God
and the things God loves.
It is about putting our lives
and our blessings in proper perspective.
About our Budget
Our weekly break even for 2020 is $33,072.75.
Giving Report for the week of February 16:
New Stove: 11,025.00
An Approach to Giving
Begin with prayer. Thank God for your blessings and ask for guidance and discernment.
Assess your income and giving. Determine your current giving as a percentage of your income.
Set your giving goal. The important thing is to begin the spiritual discipline of regular, consistent giving.
Determine your giving method. Take a look at the ways you can give and select the option that is best for both you and the church.
Worship with gratitude. Fill out your 2020 annual commitment card and return it to the church via the offering plate, turning it in to the church office, during worship on Commitment Sunday, November 17 or you can make a pledge online
Giving & Pledging Online
If you are a church member and would like to give online, please click the box above and use your email address that is on file with the church. If you are unsure of the email address on file at the church please use Guest Giving logo.
About the budget, pledges, stewardship,
or online giving should be directed to
Cathy Culver, Financial Administrator
If you are a guest with us at Mount Tabor UMC and would like to contribute to the ministries of the church please use the logo above to submit your Online Giving.
As a a congregation we respond to the financial needs of our church by "pledging" a portion of our monetary blessings yearly. To submit your pledge information online click above.