Annual Pledge Campaign

Live Generously.

What does this mean? For some it means living out loud – with abundance, giving one’s all and loving effusively. For others it means being quietly and fully present and in the moment, for a friend, a family member, or someone in need.

Our rector, Ledlie Laughlin, shares what Live Generously means to him in this video.

 

Other parishioners of all ages weigh in here.

At St. Columba’s, we Live Generously through worship, serving others, formation and prayer.

And, through pledging.

Last year, 638 households pledged an average of $3,900. These pledges enabled all that we’ve been able to do this year. Pledges pay our staff and clergy, keep our lights on and our computers running, allow water to flow to our Water Ministry guests and cover the costs of coffee, donuts and all the rest that fuels us.

Our July 2019-June 2020 budget increased 11 percent so that we can answer the call to do more. To Live God’s Love.

Thank you for being faithful, grateful stewards of God’s grace.

Thank you for all that you do to Live Generously.

Thank you for pledging generously, too!

Steps in considering your pledge

Ready to make a pledge payment?

You can make a pledge payment at any time and in any amount, and you can pay two different ways, via check and online. Here's how:

Mail your check to St. Columba's or drop it in the collection plate. Just be sure to designate it as a pledge payment, so we can keep track.

OR

Pay online to the correct pledge fund by visiting our Giving page. You can even set up a recurring payment, billed to your credit card.

Questions? Ask Bronwyn Roy, director of stewardship and development, a clergy member or Annual Pledge Campaign leaders Chris Luckett and Joy Bates Boyle.

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Important Links

Online Pledging

Pledge Card 

Pledge Campaign Brochure 

Proportional Giving Worksheet

St. C’s Mad Libs